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  • n  a book issued to holders of checking accounts

  • The Guardian denounced "chequebook journalism" and thrashed Oldham health officials for allowing the Mail to control news from the hospital.

  • Phil Gartside in Times Online
    We have limited funds,Phil Gartside, the Bolton chairman, said. "We don't have a huge chequebook, but what we are doing is bringing in better quality than we have lost to improve the squad."
  • Vince Cable in The Guardian
    We don't want to go around the country waving a chequebook,he said. "We're moving out of an emergency time, and support will come in more indirect ways. Not in direct support for companies - we don't have the funding to do that, and it...
  • Graeme Samuel in Courier Mail
    ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel warned that in the case of serious cartel activity, "no matter how fat your chequebook, nor to what lengths a corporation will go to defend the position of its executives, there is no amount of money that will remove the...

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