Japanese December PPI also came in a smidgeon
shy of expectations, at 3.
HS2, a certain money loser, will be hived off as it will never generate enough profitable revenue to recover even a smidgeon
of its capital cost, and the need for subsidies will place an astronomical burden on the British taxpayer - our children and grand children.
THERE'S no doubt that the bombings in Boston were terrible, however the fact is that had they been in another country they would not have had a smidgeon
of the coverage.
With a smidgeon
under 6 million adults, along with more than 2 million pensioners, only too well aware of what poverty is like, the fear must be that many more will soon be experiencing something similar.
The trifle that is being promised to local communities in return for planning approval is but a smidgeon
of the largesse the developers could afford to pay out of their massive returns paid for by consumers.
Songs such as The Coast and I Miss You heft hummable hooks, there's a smidgeon
of psychedelia in aptly titled Delight (Something New Under The Sun), and See You In The Spring is a strong duet with Jakob Dylan, whose own Women + Country received a rave review here a fortnight ago.
There cannot be a parent who is even a smidgeon
surprised by this.
SPARE a smidgeon
of sympathy for Nicky Henderson as he goes through a summer of exclusion.
ONLY A smidgeon
less gaffe-prone than the Fat Controller - but coming up fast on the rails - is the Pope, whose disastrous Middle East tour looks like eclipsing the fiasco of his recent African sojourn and lack of positive response to the Aids epidemic.