THEY SAID WHAT?

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“Putin is an un­re­con­structed KGB thug and gang­ster who loots his coun­try and mur­ders his op­po­nents in Rus­sia and here as we know on the streets of Lon­don” - Labour MP Ian Austin in­tro­duc­ing a Bill to ban Vladimir Putin’s “crooks and gang­sters” from en­ter­ing the UK.

“I do not be­lieve that any ter­ror­ist, whether they come from this coun­try or any other, should ever be al­lowed back into this coun­try. Our job in terms of elim­i­nat­ing will not stop this year, will not stop next year, it is some­thing we have got to con­tinue to pur­sue” - De­fence Sec­re­tary Gavin

Wil­liamson.

“It is like pulling on an old sock or an old pair of stiletto boots. I got but­ter­flies from ex­cite­ment about see­ing ev­ery­one but not from nerves” - Ac­tress Ali­son King, above, on re­turn­ing to Coro­na­tion Street as Carla Con­nor, the un­der­wear fac­tory boss.

“Twenty years ago it was kind of a stigma in the US to do tele­vi­sion, you were ei­ther a film ac­tor or a tele­vi­sion ac­tor. Now there’s no bor­der any­more which is great be­cause that’s the way it’s al­ways been in Eng­land”

- Ac­tress Jes­sica Lange.

“I came off so­cial me­dia last Septem­ber and I will never go back on. The more I read about teenage anx­i­ety, the more I think it’s highly un­healthy for peo­ple’s men­tal health”

- Star Wars ac­tress Daisy Ri­d­ley.

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