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  • But as every experienced small business person will confirm, it is impossibleto be totally in compliance.

    'What Fresh Hell Is This?'

  • Any sensible policy implemented will, by its nature, be impossibleto trace to a specific suggestion, since a number of people, within and without Whitehall, will arrive at it.

    Here's a suggestion: log off and write to your MP instead

  • Families of every kind exist now and its toughif not impossibleto tailor a one-size-fits-all solution.

    Enough Already

  • It is amazing that we have come to a situation where it has effectively been made impossibleto express the belief that people already living in the UK should be considered first for UK jobs and trained up for them if no such workers areavailable here.

    Six takes on the wildcat strikes

  • In the past week or so, I have heard some bits of economic truth leaking into the MSM's propaganda stream, and that may be because the problems are becoming increasingly difficult to hide, and so, impossibleto ignore.

    Campaign 2008: The Things They Won't Discuss

  • Yet walking out of that theater into the bright andunforgiving light of day, feeling very VUP in my nondesigner jeans,mealy T-shirt, and sneaks, my wallet noticeably lighter in my pocketafter blowing $15 bucks at the concession stand, I felt it impossibleto turn reality off.

    Not MY Demo, Part 2: 'Sex and the City' | EW.com

  • It is impossibleto say what will be the level next week or next year.

    rediff.com

  • It’s one thing to say it’snot impossibleto tunnel through time, another to actually build the tunnel.

    I’m Working on That

  • It’s one thing to say it’snot impossibleto tunnel through time, another to actually build the tunnel.

    I’m Working on That

  • It’s one thing to say it’snot impossibleto tunnel through time, another to actually build the tunnel.

    I’m Working on That

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