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“Jeremy Cor­byn has spent his en­tire time in pol­i­tics on the ex­treme fringes of the Labour Party, sup­port­ing and de­fend­ing all sorts of ex­trem­ists and in some cases...anti-Semites.” Labour MP Ian Austin at­tacks his party leader as the anti-Semitism row rages on.

“I’ve done noth­ing clever in 15 years. It’s all com­mon sense.” elebrity chef Jamie Oliver.

“The comic is quintessen­tially Bri­tish and as long as there are chil­dren who like to laugh there will al­ways be a place for The Beano.”

Ac­tor and chil­dren’s au­thor David Wal­liams, who is guest-edit­ing a com­mem­o­ra­tive is­sue of The Beano to mark its 80th birth­day.

“This is no way to run a rail­way and we can­not con­tinue to put up with a rail ser­vice pro­vided when the op­er­a­tors can be both­ered. Peo­ple’s lives are be­ing badly af­fected by this chaos and the gov­ern­ment can­not con­tinue to turn a blind eye to the plight of North­ern com­muters.”

Greater Manch­ester Mayor Andy Burn­ham calls on Prime Min­is­ter Theresa May to in­ter­vene to end the rail “chaos” in the North of Eng­land.

“If any­body says their facelift doesn’t hurt, they’re ly­ing. It was like I’d spent the night with an axe mur­derer.”

Sharon Os­bourne.

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