THEY SAID IT ...
“When I turned 50, I decided that I didn’t want to be photographed nude anymore, so you don’t really see me nude in the new movie, you see me doing maybe a physical, a sexual act, but there’s no part of my body that is exposed” - Kim Cattrall of Sex and the City fame.
“You learn very early on that what you read in the press is mostly a load of garbage. They still make things up about you” - Sir Mick Jagger. “I think we were too weedy for that. It wasn’t really our style” - ed Miliband, saying that he and his brother David never fought as children.
“We must be the voice of the voiceless” - labour Mp Jon Cruddas.
“It’s time to re-evaluate and grow up. I hope by my mid-30s, I get to the point where I don’t doubt myself. I’m going to make mistakes and say stupid things, but I won’t have to sit in a room in the dark and wonder, ‘Am I a bad person?’” - Actress Katherine Heigl.
“It is utterly nauseating that politicians - and anyone benefiting from the public payroll - should think they can swank around in taxpayer-funded cars just because it used to be one of the perks of the job” - london’s Mayor Boris Johnson.