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“That’s the most dis­gust­ing thing. Ev­ery­one knew what Har­vey was up to and no one did any­thing.” – French actress Lea Sey­doux who claimed to have been at­tacked by Har­vey We­in­stein, the dis­graced film pro­ducer “Par­lia­ment, as far as I can see, can do what it wants.” – Com­mons Speaker John Ber­cow say­ing that MPs were at lib­erty to vote down the Brexit ref­er­en­dum re­sult “The sad­dest thing that has ever hap­pened to what was Great Bri­tain.”

– Sir Richard Bran­son on Brexit “You know what? I want to dance through life. I don’t want to scut­tle.” – Star Wars actress Daisy Ri­d­ley, who dislikes be­ing recog­nised wher­ever she goes “I am dressed like a drunken rain­bow more of­ten than not.” – Just re­tired cricket com­men­ta­tor Henry Blofeld “On this ques­tion we have reached a state of dead­lock which is very dis­turb­ing for thou­sands of project pro­mot­ers in Europe and it’s dis­turb­ing also for tax­pay­ers.” – Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit ne­go­tia­tor, on the is­sue of the scale of Bri­tain’s fi­nan­cial settlement “There are those mo­ments when ob­jec­tively ev­ery­thing is fine, but you think you are be­yond de­scrip­tion, hope­less.” – The Most Rev Justin Welby, Arch­bishop of Can­ter­bury, ad­mit­ting that he does suf­fer from “black dog” de­pres­sion from time to time

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