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Our city's very heritage is being sold down the river by those claiming they have the city's interest at heartMartin McDonagh, Heritage Collection
criticism for which, if down the future for citizens opportunity develop skills our which assay apply and Our city's very heritage is being sold down the river by those claiming they have the city's interest at heart Martin McDonagh, Heritage Collection
Those poor people in North Yorks have been sold down the river by this rotten Government.
Our fishing industry has been decimated as fishing communities across the east coast have been sold down the river and heavy industry from coal to iron and steel have been closed with the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs, as EU bureaucrats decreed that we must downsize due to world over-capacity.
IT is important to correct the myths about the European Union and one of the most persistent is that we are being sold down the river somehow in terms of our contribution to the EU budget.
Bosses from the city's Jewellery Quarter last week claimed the sector was being sold down the river after Birmingham Assay Office announced it was opening a Mumbai base.
Just as well told was Lachlan Goudie's story of shipyard painter Stanley Spencer, whose work depicted a once proud Scottish industry, sold down the river by various governments - a criminal act of another sort altogether.
Dixon told the Racing Post that horsemen had been sold down the river, adding: "It's a joke when racecourses are getting increased revenue, and in two years' time they will be getting obscene amounts through picture rights.
As a small shareholder in Lloyds I feel sold down the river by the Government fixing up a merger with HBOS.
Liverpool's maritime history has been sold down the river.
There are millions of people fitting this description right across the length and breadth of this once great island of ours and, just like our money, we are being devalued and sold down the river for all we are worth.
They were sold down the river once - now it's happening again.
GREAT news for all of us who have been sold down the river by the outrageous and mean-spirited actions of our water companies.