Johnson's a joker I TAKE Brian Horton's remarks on Boris Johnson's appointment in the off-the-cuff
jovial manner it intended.
Carwyn came out with the most exaggerated off-the-cuff
claims for the Welsh NHS, and Leanne suggested that [inexperienced] civil servants should take over the management of the Indian steel giant Tata in Wales (who are losing over a PS1m a day).
IF there was one thing even more encouraging than England's Jos Buttler playing a succession of impossibly brilliant shots in an unbeaten 116 from 52 balls to clinch a one-day series win over Pakistan, it was the off-the-cuff
decision to promote him up the order to No.4 - and to capitalise on a good start to the innings, rather than avert any crisis.
comments about a Fred West lookalike were hilarious and the gig would have been boosted by more off-script stand-up like that.
COUNCILLOR Neil McEvoy complains (Viewpoints, March 6) that I told the Echo about his off-the-cuff
promise to give Cardiff council staff St David's Day off.
words were a true reflection of what every Scot felt about the cowardly attack on innocent people on our soil.
comedy show Instant Wit, being performed in Bulkington, will draw on the audience for its hilarious content.
A SPANISH club chief staged a bizarre off-the-cuff
protest against unfairness last weekend.
He did say an off-the-cuff
remark which in the current climate was treated seriously."
While podcasts usually sound off-the-cuff
with garbled sentences and dead spaces, others rival the quality of professional radio shows.
remarks, made by Mr Bloomberg privately during a lunch with firefighters,have left Dr Atkins's widow Veronica ``extremely upset and hurt'', her spokesman said.
Each point he makes may be valid in journalistic terms to attract readers, however these off-the-cuff
remarks do little for the morale of the hard-working officers who DO produce positive results with reduced crime figures, and who DO get back on the streets and into the community.