To date, the most recent fall in sterling is not likely to be severe enough to cause the kind of upswell
in public opposition that would force Johnson into a U-turn with Brussels.
Sadly, the current upswell
in interest in the game isn't followed up by access to opportunities for young people this summer, as little has been planned to involve local talent.
nationals - most are Indian, Filipino, Russian and Latvian - a factor that will ease the pressure on Johnson to act at a time when there is an increasingly worrying upswell
of white nationalists in the U.K.
Likewise, your contention that we should rely on the Government to act first is to ignore the upswell
in public opinion on matters of pollution and global warming.
Would he have been happy to continue with the status quo if there wasn't such a huge upswell
in support for marriage equality or to repeal the Eighth?
Noticing the upswell
of emotion from her abdomen, she gripped the edge of the table to ground herself.
of dockless bike-sharing has brought its own set of problems to Dallas.
It's alleged that Qatar's rivals are paying protesters to oppose the country's activities and create the impression of an upswell
of British support against the country.
"To all the parents, family and friends here today, I know very well the upswell
of pride you will be feeling.
The Pashtun Long March differed from other major protests over the last few years on more than just the choice of location--it was an organic upswell
emanating from decades of frustration and expressed in the voices of multiple young activists rather than that of a single political party.
Inspired by the upswell
in opinion behind the popularisation of the postcapitalist ideal through bestselling works like those of Mason and Srnicek and Williams, Labour has made tentative steps towards the embrace of a postcapitalist imaginary based in automation and the basic income, most notably in Corbyn's recent conference address extolling the 'new settlement between work and leisure' afforded by automation.