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“I fear that some peo­ple are be­com­ing ever more de­ter­mined to stop Brexit, to re­verse the ref­er­en­dum vote of June 23 2016, and to frus­trate the will of the peo­ple. I be­lieve that would be a dis­as­trous mis­take that would lead to per­ma­nent and in­erad­i­ca­ble feel­ings of be­trayal. We can­not and will not let it hap­pen” – For­eign Sec­re­tary Boris John­son. “This is hypocrisy of the high­est or­der. Boris John­son has so far failed to ex­plain why he is cam­paign­ing in Cabi­net to take the UK out of the cus­toms union when there is no other so­lu­tion to the Irish bor­der is­sue and it will jeop­ar­dise the Good Fri­day Agree­ment set­tle­ment”

– Labour MP Chuka Umunna. “There used to be a view that peo­ple should grow old grace­fully, re­tire from public life and sit in a rock­ing chair and cro­chet blan­kets for their knees; I was never go­ing to do that. Age isn’t im­por­tant to me, be­cause in my head, I feel in my 30s”

– TV’s An­gela Rip­pon, 73, “All I can tell you about this aw­ful rev­e­la­tion about Ox­fam is that I am dev­as­tated. Dev­as­tated for the women who were used by peo­ple sent there to help them, dev­as­tated by the re­sponse of an or­gan­i­sa­tion that I have been rais­ing aware­ness for since I was nine years old” – Ac­tress Min­nie Driver who has

quit as an Ox­fam am­bas­sador fol­low­ing the pros­ti­tutes scan­dal. “If you don’t know whether to take your pants off, don’t sud­denly scream later, “I re­ally didn’t want to do it’” – Ac­tress Joanna Lum­ley’s ad­vice

to women on the cast­ing couch. above.

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