THEY SAID IT ...

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

“I spend far too much time think­ing about rac­ing. I don’t have the pa­tience for sim­ple things. Away from the track I don’t do re­laxed” - For­mula one star Jen­son But­ton. “I used to say that I’ve be­come syn­ony­mous with Bloody Sun­day. Now I want to be­come anony­mous with the pub­li­ca­tion of this re­port” - Kay duddy, 63, whose teenage brother Jackie was the first per­son shot dead in Lon­don­derry in 1972, on re­lease of the Sav­ille in­quiry find­ings. “Take a hos­tile crowd as a com­pli­ment. If the crowd, or the op­po­si­tion, stop abus­ing you, and peo­ple stop writ­ing about you, then you need to worry” - eng­land bats­man Kevin Pietersen. “I have sup­ported Chelsea since I was ten. It’s taken years off my life, re­moved chunks of my hair and turned me grey – but I love it” - The­atre di­rec­tor Michael At­ten­bor­ough. “As a leg­is­la­ture the Com­mons has grown mon­u­men­tally use­less – supine, spine­less and run for the con­ve­nience of the ex­ec­u­tive” - Tory MP dou­glas Carswell.

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