The Irish Mail on Sunday
QUOTES OF THE WEEK
‘I wouldn’t have me on either if I were you because the teenager in me wouldn’t be able to help f***in’ with you for fun.’
Singer Sinéad O’Connor, right, on her suspicions that US media won’t have her on to promote her forthcoming book as they fear she is too ‘wack’.
‘I’m a hostage. And this villa has been converted into a jail. All the windows are barred shut, I can’t open any window.’
Princess Latifa Al Maktoum, daughter of theruler of Dubai, accuses her father.
‘Let the men be regarded as sex objects.’
Ahead of London Fashion Week, designer Jean-Paul Gaultier, says we won’t have ‘true equality of the sexes’ until male models win equal pay with women.
‘We can all live a life of service. Service is universal.’ Prince Harry and Meghan’s riposte after Buckingham Palace announced they will not be returning as working members of the British royal family.
‘BigTech companies think they are bigger than governments and that the rules should not apply to them. They may be changing the world, but that doesn’t mean they run it.’ Australian PM Scott Morrison after Facebook blocked Australians from accessing and sharing news in a row over paying for content.