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

“I think it has beau­ti­ful mes­sages about find­ing your true self and be­ing it, and em­brac­ing oth­ers. And also one of my favourite themes – that fam­ily is not made of blood” - An­gelina Jolie, pic­tured, opens up on the mean­ing be­hind her new film Malef­i­cent: Mistress Of Evil.

“My un­der­stand­ing is some­body has been ar­rested af­ter they ... bought a ticket, went through se­cu­rity, went up the steps of a plane and hurled them­selves on top of a plane. That was a reck­less, stupid and dan­ger­ous thing to do for all con­cerned. But that is quite a hard thing to pre­dict or stop” - Met Po­lice Com­mis­sioner Cres­sida Dick slams an Ex­tinc­tion Re­bel­lion ac­tivist who climbed on top of a plane at Lon­don City Air­port.

“I am deeply flawed and still learn­ing how to be a man and still fig­ur­ing out how to grow into the per­son I need to be but within all of that con­fu­sion and all the jug­gling of be­ing a hu­man and try­ing to be a su­per­hu­man – I have pur­pose” - Stor­mzy, pic­tured, on his feel­ings over ap­pear­ing on Time Mag­a­zine’s cover af­ter be­ing hailed a “leader of the next gen­er­a­tion”.

“It’s not all go­ing to be good but to have that per­spec­tive and that aware­ness of what’s po­ten­tially hap­pened to you – where you’ve come from and where you’re go­ing – that’s golden. A lot of peo­ple sleep­walk through life un­aware of any of that” - Prince Harry speaks to stu­dents in Not­ting­ham on World Men­tal Health Day.

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