There's no horse-trading , no brilliant orchestration of competing interests to reveal a previously unthought of solution, that is going to reconcile those sets of goals.
Appleby is famous around the world for its annual New Horse Fair, where gypsies and travellers from across the country and Europe gather for a week of horse-trading and celebrations.
If the court's finding is upheld, such deals will become a matter for Brussels, which will result in a new round of prolonged horse-trading with Washington.
Now their argument goes to Brussels, where horse-trading between European states will decide the fate of Scottish fishing.
After much haggling and horse-trading , a compromise is hammered out that satisfies few but allows each minister to claim that it could have been much worse.
Yes, it would expose the unseemly work of legislative horse-trading without which successful coalition and law-making may not be possible.
This novel idea turns decades of horse-trading upon its head, and at its heart is the simple truth that Scottish rugby is too small to succeed unless it is united in purpose.
Cajoling, bullying, and horse-trading to get his way, Rockefeller earned the title ‘the one-man legislature.’
The most difficult horse-trading may revolve around cabinet jobs.
Some last-minute horse-trading is inevitable.