The Scottish Mail on Sunday

QUOTES of the week


‘She is caught be­tween the devil and the DUP.’ Twit­ter user Emily Mackay, as Theresa May is forced to rely on sup­port from the Demo­cratic Union­ist Party af­ter her Elec­tion dis­as­ter. ‘What is it with her try­ing to forge al­liances with orange men?’ Writer Gary Bain­bridge high­lights the PM’s links to the Ul­ster party and per­matanned Don­ald Trump. ‘The worst thing she’s done is no longer run­ning through a wheat field.’ Ex-Chan­cel­lor Ge­orge Os­borne adds to her dis­com­fort by mock­ing her claim that the naugh­ti­est thing she had ever done was tram­pling in a field as a child. ‘He of­fi­cer was duringan RAF Ser­vice. Na­tional His from uniform Mother­care.’came pays trib­ute Jimmy to Tar­buck­his late friend Ron­nie Cor­bett at a thanks­giv­ing ser­vice. ‘Lon­don is the great­est city in the world. A plague couldn’t de­feat it. War couldn’t de­feat it. Ter­ror­ism stands no chance.’ Restau­rant owner in the cap­i­tal re­mains de­fi­ant af­ter last week­end’s atroc­ity. ‘My speak­ers weren’t work­ing prop­erly so I missed a lot of the stereo ef­fects.’ US critic Richard Gold­stein, who slated The Bea­tles’ Sgt Pep­per’s Lonely Hearts Club Band al­bum on its re­lease 50 years ago, ad­mits he was wrong but blames faulty equip­ment. ‘Ella, Alexan­der and Amal are all healthy, happy and do­ing fine. Ge­orge is se­dated and should re­cover in a few days.’ Spokesman for Ge­orge

Clooney jokes af­ter the star’s wife Amal gave birth to twins.

‘Some­times I do feel com­pelled to have a nudie dance – it’s my way of con­nect­ing with na­ture.’ Spring­watch star Kate Hum­ble says she has no qualms about strip­ping off.

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