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The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - AGENDA -

“I’ve al­ways said that Brexit doesn’t end with the UK leav­ing, it’s just the next phase of ne­go­ti­a­tions, but if the UK were to re­quest an ex­ten­sion, we would con­sider it. Most EU coun­tries would only con­sider it for good rea­son, but an ex­ten­sion would be bet­ter than no-deal” Ir­ish pre­mier Leo Varad­kar, pic­tured above, hints a Brexit ex­ten­sion could be in the works.

“Quite frankly we’re stumped as to how the Eng­land and Wales Cricket Board could choose a high-fat, high– salt snack­ing brand as an ap­pro­pri­ate part­ner for The Hun­dred” - Bar­bara Crowther, co-or­di­na­tor of the Chil­dren’s Food Cam­paign, crit­i­cises the ECB for al­low­ing KP Snacks to spon­sor its new tour­na­ment.

“To be a farmer you have to be an agron­o­mist, a busi­ness­man, a politi­cian, an ac­coun­tant, a vet and a me­chanic. And I’m none of those things. I don’t even know what agron­o­mist means” - Jeremy Clark­son, pic­tured, sounds less than op­ti­mistic about his chances of set­ting up a farm in the Cotswolds for an Ama­zon Prime show.

“I hope he finds it funny. I think he would as he has a good sense of hu­mour. I don’t know if he knows about it but I would be more than happy to take a slice round to him” - Baker Rosie Dum­mer, who has cre­ated a life-sized cake de­pict­ing Boris John­son get­ting stuck on a zip­wire in Vic­to­ria Park dur­ing the 2012 Lon­don Olympics, of­fers to give the prime min­is­ter a piece.

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