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In the statement the Wybunbury councillor, whotook over the Tory leadership from Cllr Rachel Baileydays afterthe party lost overall control of the council,said: "I share the frustration of residents over the Westminster Brexit impasse, but am deeply sceptical that hard-working Cheshire East tax payers in areas such as Knutsford, Wilmslow and Alderley Edge expected the hard-left to now be in control of their council."
We are a hard-working nation and should revive our dignity in the international community, he said.
If you're not going to be honest and hard-working you just won't be on the team.
There's no doubting that most of our public servants are hard-working individuals, doing terrific work in places such as local schools and hospitals.
There are millions of hard-working people still struggling on the breadline, while those they work for get fat.
I am due my second child in November and my hard-working husband and I have done nothing but worry about the financial pressure this is going to put on us.
In this regard I believe this honour (CBE) was perhaps given to her, not just for the hard work she does, but also for the hard-working staff who work for Coventry City Council.
These hard-working men and women deserve fair pay for their work.
The dancers, rehearsing as toreadors in Festival Ballet's version of Don Quixote, have been treated, if that's the word, to just a little of the carrot and stick technique that has allowed Djuric--and a hard-working board of directors--to transform a once moribund company into one approaching national status.
Freda Salway struck me as a thoroughly decent, hard-working person, very easy to speak to, and a very fair and honest person to boot.
That's because they weren't the kind of people politicians now seem to worry so much about, poor, hard-working migrants looking for a break, like any other wave of migration the United States has ever had before--Italians, Greeks, Russians, Poles, Irish, Chinese, English--in its long history of absorbing poor, hard-working migrants.
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