The former shadow chancellor may be trying to wrong-foot
rivals by modestly tweeting "I've never been more out of my comfort zone.
It is timed to wrong-foot
the SNP in the run-up to Holyrood elections next spring, to embarrass Labour in a leadership poll that may return anti-Trident Jeremy Corbyn, to pre-empt a Commons decision on the next generation of nuclear weapons and to placate the bombhappy hardliners sitting on the Tory back benches.
Having survived an early Brighton onslaught, Reading took the lead in the 14th minute with their first attack, Ian Harte's free-kick taking a huge deflection to wrong-foot
Albion goalkeeper Peter Brezovan.
She'll always wrong-foot
you with what's coming next.
IT IS DESIGNED TO WRONG-FOOT
THE TORIES AND CAPITALISE ON OPINION POLLS WHICH SHOW THAT MORE THAN 70 PERCENT OF THE PUBLIC ARE OPPOSED TO KEEPING BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN.
ca/carbondialogues] continue to wrong-foot
Alternatives' readers about the path to needed emission reductions.
They also seem to have tried to wrong-foot
Carnesecchi by abrupt changes of direction in the inter rogations.
In the case of the wrong-foot
amputation, for example, the operating room schedule and the hospital computer listed the wrong operation, and the surgeon did not enter the room until the patient was draped and asleep, and unrecognizable to the surgeon.
But Boro were level on the stroke of half-time, with George Maris finding Brown and the striker's shot took a deflection to wrong-foot
keeper Adam Bartlett.
Channel 5, 10pm We're used to cases on the show taking an unexpected twist at some point, but tonight's edition seems to wrong-foot
the cops from the off.
But it took a huge deflection off Williamson to wrong-foot
keeper Tim Krul and bounce into the net.
The move was seen as an attempt to wrong-foot
the Scottish National Party administration of Alex Salmond, which is committed to a referendum although it is not planning to legislate for a poll until 2010.