Allied to this she has refused to participate in televised debates, which will be seized upon
by her opponents as a sign of weakness.
The fact there are recruits waiting to start jobs all over the country but who have been put on hold has been seized upon
by critics claiming it is a sign of cuts affecting police numbers.
The error by Margaret Thatcher's government was seized upon
by the Liberal Democrats, who said it had left film censorship in chaos.
A loose ball was seized upon
and a long-range shot from Gemma Tipple left visiting goalkeeper Chelsea Easton with no chance.
This was seized upon
during Prime Minister's question time by Tory MP Richard Bacon - a long standing campaigner on the issue.
Her remarks were immediately seized upon
by the Tories as a "stunning admission" of the scale of the economic difficulties.
Walnut Tree couldn't quite believe what had happened and Crown seized upon
their good fortune to press home their advantage .
The mistake has been seized upon
by hard-hit farmers as a clear sign the retailer is not an expert in this field.
Dale were on level terms when Chris Dagnall seized upon
an error from Scott Bevan in the 54th minute.
The Albion hitman got the visitors off to a flyer in five minutes when he seized upon
a Neil Stephen error to open the scoring.
The sale was seized upon
by US self-styled 'Queen of all media' and top Hollywood gossip monger Perez Hilton.
"[W]e confront a circumstance in which a naturally driven climate [!] is seized upon
to cow a population with fear by governments seeking to expand their powers and businesses itching to profit from Man's gullibility," the book concludes.