He's held the British (title) before, so it's time for him to step aside
He added: "Peter Robinson's decision to step aside
sees a change in his position from Friday when he felt he did not need to go anywhere - either in office or in his party.
If they are saying 'we're going to take this in another direction', then I'll gladly step aside
He had negotiated with the UMNO and BN leadership to stay on until mid-2010, but further deterioration in the standing of BN and UMNO among voters increased the pressure on him to step aside
So I am suggesting to council leader Rodney Berman that he should ask Coun McEvoy to step aside
while he defends this action and resume his duties, depending on the outcome, when the case concludes.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari's party will stick by him as the Shiite nominee for a second term and will put forward the name of a new candidate only if the premier decides to step aside
, a top party official said.
And seeing that Garcetti appears to have lined up the votes to win the post, Padilla had little choice but to step aside
at the end of the year.
But Wagner, who was profiled in The Advocate in 2004, said calls for him to step aside
have little to do with allegations of campaign corruption and everything to do with his being gay.
Equally surprising was the announcement that Wolfgang Reichenberger, who holds the Nestle CFO job, would step aside
in January to run a new venture capital fund for the group.
Describe the outcome you want, provide direction and deadlines, and then step aside
Today, it is the requiring of those unaccepting of homosexual copulation to step aside
from officiating at marriages performed outside of a religious ceremony; tomorrow, it could be the asking of all professionals, especially those in the direct employ of government, whether they be social or public health workers, educators, members of the medical profession, etc.
It is so self-conscious, so apparently moral, simply to step aside
from the gaps where the creeks and winds pour down, saying, I never merited this grace, quite rightly, and then to sulk along the rest of your days on the edge of rage.
Worrried that MacArthur, whom he despised, might run and win, he was, willing to step aside
to prevent the famous military hero from becoming president.
Rather than accepting a spot on the dais as the disloyal opposition, Robbins should step aside
and allow Noam Chomsky, Richard Falk, or Howard Zinn to speak from a sounder stance.
says he is prepared to step aside
and "pass the torch" to an incoming company to take over the project, if necessary.