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Child abuse should not be glossed over with deals if you are a celebrity, and cheque-book accountability sullies the whole dirty cover-up even more.
She said that her purse was stolen a few days back in which her cheque-book was also lost.
Given it currently feels as if the MPC is unlikely to change rates until most of us are well into our retirement, focus on monetary policy is almost exclusively on whether or not the Bank of England decides to open her large cheque-book.
Somebody like Shearer would be more of a cheque-book manager - and what about the kids then.
Wenger said: "I brought my cheque-book but looking at the prices I've realised it isn't big enough.
Men just want to get into your cheque-book, not your knickers" - Reported remark by TV's Anne Robinson.
The Lord Chancellor, Lord Mackay, has commissioned a report into cheque-book journalism after several witnesses in the Winchester Crown Court case admitted receiving up to pounds 100,000 for their stories.
I CAN understand the frustration of certain supporters arising from the lack of any further additions to the Liverpool playing squad but I'd much rather Benitez took his time to assess what he has to work with first of all before he starts to wave the cheque-book around.