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The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk & World Update -

“ When I was in Iraq, I spent six months liv­ing next to the Zig­gu­rat of Ur. It’s a tem­ple built 4,000 years ago and we have no idea what its pur­pose was. Par­lia­ment re­minds me of that” - New Tory MP Rory Ste­wart. “ The com­pan­ion of the new UK head of govern­ment is a kind of fashion icon” - Carla Bruni, wife of the French Pres­i­dent Nicolas Sarkozy, on Sa­man­tha Cameron. “ Kate Mid­dle­ton has dis­cov­ered one of life’s ba­sic truths: go shop­ping for food with a bloke and you will find he has ‘ for­got­ten’ his wal­let” - Broad­caster Janet Street-Porter on the in­ci­dent when Prince Wil­liam, cash­less, could not pay the bill in a su­per­mar­ket. “ You have to have a re­gional di­alect to get any­where these days. It is sad that proper English is dis­ap­pear­ing” - Act­ing leg­end Sir Roger Moore lament­ing the in­crease of “ es­tu­ary English” on TV.

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