THEY SAID WHAT?

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“I am a bit of an ac­quired taste”

– Broad­caster Piers Mor­gan.

“They’re not all id­iots. One of them’s an A&E doc­tor”

– EastEn­ders star Danny Dyer on the Love Is­land con­tes­tants.

“I had or­dered long legs, but they never ar­rived. My eyes are weird too, one is grey and the other is green. I have a crooked smile and my nose looks like a ski slope. No, I would not win a “Miss” con­test”

– Ac­tress Jane Seymour.

“It’s brain-numb­ing, it’s dif­fi­cult, and no one re­ally re­spects you in the house”

– Jools Oliver who says that her role as a stay-at-home mother is 10 times harder than the job of her hus­band chef Jamie Oliver, whose re­sponse to her com­ments, she says, has been, “What­ever”. “I’m at­tracted to men and also to women. If I bring a woman home, or a man, we don’t even have to have the dis­cus­sion”

– Ac­tress Tessa Thomp­son.

“If the Brexit talks are a match and if we are roughly at half time... right at the mo­ment I don’t think the British have been play­ing very well. We are ac­cept­ing ef­fec­tively be­ing talked down to and dic­tated to by Michel Barnier, chief Brexit ne­go­tia­tor. We are for­ever danc­ing to his tune and it is about time that the British Govern­ment started to come back with some good pos­i­tive ini­tia­tives”

– Former Ukip leader Nigel

Farage.

“In the World Cup, when play­ers ar­gue with the ref, what lan­guage do they use?”

– Mike West, of Eastleigh, Hamp­shire, in a let­ter to the Daily Tele­graph.

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