or write 48, Old Liverpool Brendan Barber, general secretary of the TUC, which supports False Economy, said: "False Economy's new research on NHS job cuts gives the lie
to Government claims that the NHS was safe in their hands.
Shadow women and equality minister Yvette Cooper said: "This shocking decision gives the lie
to the Government's claim 'we're all in this together'.
No doubt he is pleased with his sparkling wit as he wheels out for the umpteenth time the hackneyed satire on health and safety inspectors with clipboards checking his razor before he shaves, but the context in which his drivel appears gives the lie
to this nonsense.
Canadian by birth, Nezet-Seguin gives the lie
to the assertion that Gallic conductors do not possess the key to Bruckner.
This rather gives the lie
to the notion that a trouble shared is a trouble halved.
Doreen is an example of a generation that our youngsters can look up to and gives the lie
to those who moan there are no jobs.
This gives the lie
to the company assertion that it has looked at the trades unions' alternative to complete closure.
It surely finally gives the lie
to a once proud boast that we are all Jock Tamson's Bairns.
But more important, the photo gives the lie
to the belief in the morally deadening properties of photography.
This is a really important book for landscape design because it gives the lie
to the notion that landscape theory has mainly to do with technical things like plant taxonomy or hydrology or, on the design front, a weak affection for 'naturalism'.
The airline policy gives the lie
to quasi-religious reverence for unregulated, unfettered capitalism.