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At a time of austerity, do we need an expensive figurehead? Stephen Parry, Erdington, Birmingham
At a time of austerity, do we need an expensive figurehead? || PCC David Someone I know tried to equate the PCC role with county sheriffs in the United States.
The figurehead went along, too, but suffered from being out in all weathers.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove, a Vote Leave figurehead in Britain'9bs 2016 EU membership referendum, sai he had confidence in May.
However, he was dissatisfied with being a mere figurehead, and after denouncing Gov.
ALEX Salmond has been dropped as the planned figurehead of the Scotsman newspaper - after bosses said they wanted someone with more knowledge of technology in the media.
The Queen is our monarch but is only a figurehead as the reality is that she has no powers.
Four years later and Christine said she is still no nearer to finding a female figurehead, adding that UK Trade and Investment can provide advice and support to anyone who has the potential to trade overseas in a bid to encourage the delegates to consider exporting.
There have been several versions of wooden dollies over the years, from a ship's figurehead to a fishwife In 1814, the first dolly - a ship's female figurehead - stood at the entrance to the Customs House Quay in North Shields.
Where is the calming figurehead now there is no political leadership and the country is crying out for someone with the constitutional clout to steer the ship to calmer waters?
The project is being delivered by Wigan-based Figurehead Homes, which is investing PS30m in the first phase and supported with PS17m in funding from NatWest Bank.