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The Press and Journal (Moray) - - AGENDA -

“I have been prac­tis­ing my flounce, I’m not sure I have per­fected it yet...” - Com­mons Leader An­drea Lead­som af­ter re­ceiv­ing an apol­ogy from Barry Sheer­man who ac­cused her of “flounc­ing”.

“The last time I toured, I was still smarter than my phone. Things have def­i­nitely taken a funny turn” - Ben El­ton, pic­tured above, on his re­turn to stand-up.

“I will be keep­ing my word to my town” - Liberal Demo­crat MP Stephen Lloyd, ex­plain­ing his de­ci­sion to re­sign the party whip af­ter promis­ing con­stituents in East­bourne that he would sup­port the deal the Prime Minister brought back from the EU.

“I’ve had one hell of a year... the worst night­mare of my life” - movie mogul Har­vey We­in­stein, pic­tured left.

“There is a lot more op­por­tu­nity now and I wel­come all the con­ver­sa­tions we are hav­ing about diver­sity, about women and about class... I come from a very work­ing-class back­ground and I think the class thing is still prob­a­bly more tricky” - Ac­tress Sophie Okonedo.

“This is the mo­ment to re­alise you are go­ing to have to work out whether it’s pos­si­ble to reach a con­sen­sus amongst the MPs and if it isn’t, you ex­clude the im­pos­si­ble and go back to the im­prob­a­ble, be­cause that’s all that will work” - Tony Blair on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

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