Quotes of the day

The Courier & Advertiser (Dundee Edition) - - SERIAL -

“Let me be ab­so­lutely clear: we have acted be­cause it is in our na­tional in­ter­est to do so. It is in our na­tional in­ter­est to pre­vent the fur­ther use of chem­i­cal weapons in Syria - and to up­hold and de­fend the global con­sen­sus that these weapons should not be used.”

The Prime Min­is­ter Theresa May speak­ing in the House of Com­mons yes­ter­day.

“It was the hard­est de­ci­sion I will ever make in my life­time.”

Neville Lawrence, who has for­given the killers of his son Stephen Lawrence.

“Since the 2016 ref­er­en­dum, there has been a con­certed ef­fort by many – in­clud­ing gov­ern­ment – to shut down de­bate about Brexit and to tell us that we should sim­ply trust min­is­ters be­cause Brexit is an ir­re­versible process.”

Veteran ac­tor Sir Patrick Ste­wart call­ing for a sec­ond ref­er­en­dum on Britain’s mem­ber­ship of the EU.

“One of the prob­lems with Shake­speare is that you can never give him a ring.”

Ac­tor and di­rec­tor Sir Ken­neth Branagh.

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