But Salmond said of the recently-appointed Murphy: "He should getabit more experience under his belt on this issue before he starts down a train which could jeopardise
the future of Scotland in international football."
They hope to come to an agreement with Simon before it jeopardises
the new series."
It will jeopardise
safety and may jeopardise
Britain's supply of oil at a time of crisis.''
A spokesman for contractors Laing O'Rourke today categorically denied the company would ever jeopardise
safety for targets.
The Merseytram committee resolution finally expressed its ``extreme concern at the actions of the Liberal Democrat controlled city council, which jeopardise
another key project from the Magnificent Seven projects at the heart of the European Capital of Culture Programme in 2008.
Rod Holmes, project director of property developer Grosvenor, said: ``Any delays to the start of the new bus station at Canning Place, or to the demolition of the old Paradise Street bus station next year, could jeopardise
the chances of the Paradise project being completed in 2008.
The spokesman went on: ``You can't do anything to jeopardise
The young Manchester United midfield star is shrugging off fears that he could jeopardise
his career by carrying on playing during the summer after completing 50 games for the club during their busy campaign.
The judge, in a historic judgment penned earlier against the Orange Line Metro Project, argued that the project jeopardises
The opposition says the action jeopardises
a power-sharing agreement.
WAPCo Managing Director, Walter Perez said, "We find it unfortunate that the debt situation has been allowed to deteriorate to the point where it now jeopardises
WAPCO s very existence as a company.
In a letter to all Scottish employees, he wrote: "Letting BECTU back in Scotland jeopardises