But a Crisis had now arrived.
But a Crisis was approaching in the financial concerns of Spain.
, But a Great Crisis came, a war intervened, and its fall was arrested.
He had never been a revolutionist in his life, so far as this country was concerned—he had always urged the redressal of wrongs by Parliamentary action; But a Crisis was undoubtedly coming, and unless Parliament dealt with these outside clamours and showed that it intended to redress the wrongs which could be redressed, they could not complain if violent men should become prone to use violent language.
But a Crisis such as this is like one of the problems of Nature, which refuses to flatter these spurious gifts and demands something real, something of integrity.
It is a long-standing one, But a Crisis none the less.
The picture now is not of an imminent collapse in the secondary banking system, But a Crisis of more gigantic proportions - the collapse of the primary banks.
But a Crisis requires crisis measures.
But a Crisis, by definition, is also a crucial or decisive moment or a turning-point.
In the debate so far, Opposition Members have tried to stir up the idea that democratic devolution will be unworkable because of the likelihood of such disputes, But a Crisis such as the hon. Gentleman describes is far more likely to occur if we do not have democratic devolution.
I think that it was only last Thursday when we received reports by the various scientists involved that 182WH the Government fully realised for the first time that this was not a minor regional problem, But a Major Crisis.
I think that it was only last Thursday when we received reports by the various scientists involved that the Government fully realised for the first time that this was not a minor regional problem, But a Major Crisis.