George Osborne thinks he can sweeten the pill
and build up an election war-chest, by offering shares to the public.
To sweeten the pill
he also announced that child benefits worth up to pounds 2,500 a year for families with three children will be axed if one parent is in the top 40 per cent tax band.
For most people only the following limited time only deal will sweeten the pill
: Better conversations.
He went on: "There will be attempts to sweeten the pill
, but it is difficult to conceive of measures that can mitigate the environmental effect of increasing flights out of Heathrow, over one of the most densely populated parts of England, by 50%."
Warwickshire hope to sweeten the pill
by providing Junior Bears members a free Warwickshire shirt and will offer other incentives such as discounted international tickets and tickets for friends for butI games in st attempt to soften the blow of the price rises.
She attempted to sweeten the pill
by announcing that areas dropping off the map would benefit from a new grant aid scheme, but only for firms of up to 250 people.
It's always galling when our politicians sweeten the pill
by telling us that what they are doing is in the public good - rather than yet another cynical attempt to raise Government revenues.
Now a new deal is being offered to sweeten the pill
And the former shadow Scots Secretary tried to sweeten the pill
by suggesting that international games could be played at venues round the country with "Aberdeen, Dundee and Edinburgh all getting a share".
Some observers think that the timing of the two moves is not by chance and regard the aviation' decision as a way to sweeten the pill
for the Commission's decision to freeze EU funding earmarked for Bulgaria.
Except this is a true story, so we can relax from the start, knowing that there is a happy ever after to sweeten the pill
of his suffering.
Ever since privatisation, which brought a brief price freeze to sweeten the pill
, prices on the railways have been creeping upwards, with those who travel on a whim being punished with what are often ludicrous charges.