With the collapse of the Wembley project and the government casting round
for figures to blame, the FA is certainly in the firing line as far as Number 10 is concerned and that might explain why the letter suddenly appeared.
The Grinning Idiot night has been a year in the making, with John and Dan casting round
for their ideal venue before coming up trumps the Star and Shadow cinema in Ouseburn, Newcastle, which is the perfect size for the club to maintain that up-close intimate feel while still being able to afford the big acts.
With the CBI complaining about lack of skills in school leavers, Government is casting round
for expert teachers to train the many youngsters on "new apprenticeship" schemes, while the old technical colleges dumbed down, still offer their low-grade alternatives.
Because television abhors silence, its practitioners are always casting round
for ways in which their often unconnected observations may seem to have some cohesion: TV lives by The Link.
Adjacent to its existing plant, the $90 million, 115,000 square-foot expansion will produce more than 20,000 metric tons of aluminum lithium and be capable of casting round
and rectangular ingot for rolled, extruded and forged applications.
Particularly as David Cameron's Conservative Party and what will soon be Gordon Brown's Labour Party will be casting round
for policies and painless ways to fund them.