Peter Mandelson will be pushing at an open door
when as EU Commissioner he demands the privatisation of public services in the interest of free trade.
The SNP source added: "We are pushing at an open door
and we plan to start pushing very hard.
On those two areas [transport and skills], they are pushing at an open door
, because there is a huge amount of evidence Government is prepared to hand them over.
What's great about this research is that if we get it right, we could be pushing at an open door
The Prime Minister is pushing at an open door
with his desire to seek a fresh mandate from the people.
He said, 'If the report's authors want the food and drink manufacturing industry to take more action on food and health, they are pushing at an open door
The `Yes' camp says the Government is prepared to hand over the extra powers, so the Lib-Dems are pushing at an open door
Mary Francis, director general of ABI, said: 'The FSA is pushing at an open door
When she began, she was pushing at an open door
with her policy of not selling products that had been tested on animals.
Mr Price said, 'We're pushing at an open door
, and we're confident of reaching the target of 150 in the next few days.
Indeed, if comments, by the Regions Minister Nick Raynsford in an interview with The Journal in March are anything to go by, those arguing for stronger powers are pushing at an open door
The petitioners were, in fact, pushing at an open door
, for the Street Commissioners had long since realised that their town was lacking when it came to public space.
I think they're pushing at an open door
and my message to them was to keep campaigning to keep it on the political agenda.