QUOTES of the week

The Mail on Sunday - - Comment -

‘And if I do, will you please pray for my im­mor­tal soul?’ Tory MP Ja­cob Rees-Mogg, af­ter be­ing ac­costed and told to ‘f*** off and die’.

‘My par­ents cared for you, treated you like a son. You re­paid them with de­struc­tion and heartache.’ Ly­dia Wilkin­son’s mes­sage to Aaron Bar­ley, who killed her mother and brother de­spite the fam­ily tak­ing him in off the streets.

‘Wow! That soup should be in a mu­seum rather than a food bank.’ Heinz tweets af­ter a 46-year-old tin of its kid­ney soup was do­nated in Cardiff.

‘Boris asked me to give you this.’ Prankster Si­mon Brod­kin hands Theresa May a mock P45 dur­ing her Tory Con­fer­ence speech.

‘I haven’t got time to die.’ Bake Off judge Prue Leith, who, at 77, is as busy as ever.

‘The smell of toast on the school run is amaz­ing.’ Chef Jamie Oliver, who has had a toaster, slow cooker and pasta-maker fit­ted to his Land Rover Dis­cov­ery.

‘I re­mem­ber Stephen Fry try­ing to have an orgy in his room. It wasn’t suc­cess­ful – no one took their clothes off.’ Ac­tress Emma Thomp­son re­calls her time at Cam­bridge with her fel­low Foot­lights star.

‘An act of pure evil.’ Don­ald Trump af­ter gun­man Stephen Pad­dock killed more than 50 peo­ple and in­jured 500 oth­ers in Las Ve­gas.

‘I found my­self up a moun­tain, with boobs en­gorged and no way of get­ting down to feed my baby. It was like some­one had stamped on my heart.’ The Crown star Claire Foy says that be­ing un­able to breast­feed was the worst mis­take of her life.

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