There are times you want to say things, because you think you want to put the record straight
," he acknowledges.
I DO think I need to say something about Dr Vincent McKee, if only to put the record straight
about him and his totally unacceptable behaviour.
CONTRARY to your article in a recent edition of the Examiner edition giving a positive report concerning Airsoft activities in Delves Wood Beaumont Park I'd like to put the record straight
by stating that there is enormous opposition to this activity talking place here.
SIR - In relation to comments on the Western Mail letters page this week I thought I'd put the record straight
with regards to EID regulation.
The Newcastle United starlet, who has remained silent amid claims and counter-claims about his desire to play for his country, has decided to put the record straight
Former Sunday Mercury reporter Bob Haywood contacted Hancock to put the record straight
Now we have put the record straight
and the horse will next be aimed at the Prix Maurice Gillois back at Auteuil in a month's time.
They are probably still carrying a lot of pain from our fixtures last year and I would have thought there will be a determined group of players at Gloucester who will want to put the record straight
A 17-7 defeat at Hand Lane in November followed on from a series of previous cup tie defeats and Paul Woodward's men will be looking to put the record straight
Sir Ian told the newspaper: "Clearly the Met could have taken the decision on the Saturday when we recognised that we had killed an innocent man, we could have put the record straight
McLean, 39, said: "It is time to put the record straight
and admit to the things I have done.
At the time, there was still a lot of stigma attached to women with drinking problems, and I wanted to put the record straight
and show what it was like to be on the other side of the glass.
It was the first defeat for Norton and a possible European title fight now beckons, while Norton is keen to put the record straight
HMV has rocked up to put the record straight
in a spat with Sainsbury's.