THE award for cheeky question of the week that gets to the heart of the matter must go to journalist Quentin Letts, who, at a Prime Ministerial briefing, was the seventh person to ask a prevaricating
Gordon Brown if he supported his deputy Harriet Harman in Labour's secret donations row.
So it stands to good reason the Government is still prevaricating
and dragging its feet.
He has had to face a procession of prevaricating
civil servants, all intent on saying as little as they possibly can.
I have listened to politicians prevaricating
over many years.
I really wish that Blair and Bush would stop prevaricating
and get on with the job of invading Iraq.
The Prime Minister told the TUC Congress, ``Let it be clear that there can be no more conditions, no more games, no more prevaricating
, no more undermining of the UN's authority.
The council has been prevaricating
on this issue for well over two years, supposedly on the grounds of collecting data about the impact on motorists and bus passengers of suspending the bus lane.
Delaney, criticised himself ahead of the game for prevaricating
on Staunton's future when pointedly asked, shrugged off the comments -as Staunton was forced to do.
I wonder whether, when the Sea Cat and IoM Ferries get fed up with Liverpool's prevaricating
and relocate elsewhere, you and all the other objectors will be cheering?
Chris Williamson, Labour MP for Derby North, said last night: "It's time the Government stopped prevaricating
and put the national interest first."
More than anything else, we need to stop prevaricating
and to get on with building a city to be proud of.