The one thud stopped the jet and left me stuck against the scupper
, hanging over the water.
Canavan said: "It would be absolutely untenable for the Executive to call on the people of Scotland to celebrate St Andrew's day and then use the party whipping system to scupper
Rod Eddington, British Airways chief executive, called an emergency meeting yesterday with chief finance office John Rishton and joint ventures director Roger Maynard, to prepare a response which would be designed to scupper
any planned merger between Virgin and BMI.
But former Merthyr Tydfil manager John Lewis made a dream start to his new reign at the Bluebirds to scupper
Cwmbran's ascent up the table.
Mr Dobson was said to have been Downing Street's latest choice to try to scupper
left-winger Mr Ken Livingstone's chances of being the party's candidate.
A last minute hitch could yet scupper
the deal, with Southampton's relations with Spurs still frosty after Glenn Hoddle's defection to White Hart Lane last season.
Former Labour Party deputy leader Lord Hattersley accused the Government of trying to scupper
the plan by making ballots so complicated people would give up.
The dire figures could scupper
hopes of the UK emerging from the double-dip recession between April and June.
Friends of the Earth Cymru warned that European proposals on contamination by genetically-modified crops would scupper
the Welsh Assembly's plans to maintain a GM-free environment.
Now landowner John Pollok-Morris is hoping the discovery won't scupper
his plans to build two houses on the site.
This was a deliberate attempt to scupper
the Fur Bill.
But at least he now has the good sense to sell No 13, even if his reluctant joint tenants - estranged wife Toxic Tracy and old flame Beth - decide to unite and scupper