Quotes of the week

Sunday Mirror (Northern Ireland) - - News -

If lib­erty means any­thing at all, it means the right to tell peo­ple things they do not want to hear

Ge­orge Or­well’s statue is un­veiled out­side the BBC in Lon­don where the

writer once worked

My dad knew I was go­ing to be a co­me­dian. When I was a baby he said: Is this is a joke?

Sir Ken Dodd cel­e­brates

his 90th birth­day

Glad to see the Dam­busters are still here

The Queen makes Britain’s last

sur­viv­ing Dam­buster,

Ge­orge

‘Johnny’

John­son, an MBE

I’ll sleep very soundly. I rather doubt I’ll be men­tioned as I hap­pily pay my taxes

Ex Eng­land striker Gary Lineker tweets about his tax af­fairs days be­fore be­ing named in the Par­adise Pa­pers

scan­dal

I never imag­ined I would re­coil from watch­ing Corona­tion Street

Cor­rie fan and chat show host Michael Parkin­son at­tacks the soap’s vi­o­lent sto­ry­lines

When we asked him who had done it, he joy­fully shouted, me!

Tod­dler Zeb Por­ritt’s mum Ellen re­veals how

the two-year-old con­fessed to smear­ing their home with black poster paint while she

an­swered the phone

We used to be din­ner ladies, now we’re win­ner ladies

Hos­pi­tal can­teen worker Julie Saun­ders and her five col­leagues in Port Tal­bot scoop a £25m lotto jack­pot

I’m like Vic­to­ria Beck­ham... you know, when she’s re­ally, re­ally, re­ally hun­gry, she has a piece of let­tuce

Broad­caster Anne Robin­son re­veals

she’s per­ma­nently

on a diet.

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