Mr Ratcliffe said he was aware diplomatic protection would be an "escalation", but added: "Where softly-softly
doesn't work, where it has been escalated by the past couple of weeks' events and the Foreign Secretary's words being used, I think it is appropriate."
Robison said: "Initially, there's an intention to take a softly-softly
Sgt Taylor, of the North Wales Police Rural Crime Team, said: "We took the softly-softly
approach with it, but now realise we have to prosecute in every case.
David Moyes will use will use the same softly-softly
technique with Rodwell; David Moyes acknowledges Dan Gosling and Jack Rodwell (left) are key to Everton's future
ROBBIE Fowler is maintaining a 'softly-softly
' approach in his recovery from injury.
With any luck, the softly-softly
approach will shame some of your coworkers into action.
West Midlands councils were urged to take a softly-softly
approach to the smoking ban which comes into force next week.
COVENTRY City Council is planning a softly-softly
approach to enforcing no-smoking bans when new laws come in on July 1.
If investors were expecting Cisco Systems Inc CEO John Chambers to reverse his softly-softly
approach to economic clairvoyance to become the cheerleader for the recovery, they were disappointed yesterday when the company reported its fiscal fourth quarter results.
While the Commission itself believes there is room for some kind of EU initiative in the area, although not necessarily a legislative one, it is taking a softly-softly
approach to this sensitive issue, starting with the social partners.
I WELCOME the new crackdown on knife crime and the fact that justice secretary Kenny MacAskill seems to have finally given upon his softly-softly
approach to knife crime championed by David Cameron and his Justice Secretary Ken Clarke is not what the Conservatives promised in opposition.