It has been said that "Guardians don't take names", but a few of their lot have nonetheless been named in the stories.
Perhaps the Guardian should take a look at its own research methods.
The Guardian has taken money from Unum - a private health insurance firm.
Unless specifically instructed, Guardians generally won't take the time for a complete search.
It would probably work out better if the Guardians took Paula and her son.
The Guardian does not take the argument to its logical conclusion.
Still, Guardian managed to avoid most of the fire and had only taken eleven direct hits.
It'll be no surprise, though, to hear that the Guardian takes a different view.
For which the Guardian (amongst other media outlets) can take a bow.
She described a case where the Guardians had taken a whole family into the workhouse, the father being 'hopelessly out of work'.