bring get into line (with somebody)

bring get into line (with somebody)
bring sb/sth, come, get, fall, etc. into ˈline (with sb/sth) idiom
to behave or make sb/sth behave in the same way as other people or how they should behave

Britain must be brought into line with the rest of Europe on taxes.

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