THEY SAID WHAT?

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“It’s hyp­o­crit­i­cal when he con­demns zero-hours con­tracts whilst his churches are ad­ver­tis­ing zero-hours jobs”

– Con­ser­va­tive MP Ben Bradley crit­i­cises Arch­bishop of Can­ter­bury Justin Welby over his speech to the TUC.

“There is a panic in the air - and time is fast run­ning out. Many Bri­tons, ir­re­spec­tive of whether they voted Leave or Re­main on 23 June 2016, are be­gin­ning to won­der how this jour­ney will end”

– Busi­ness­woman Gina Miller launch­ing a cam­paign to “end the

chaos” of Brexit.

“Be­ing able to work a cooker is one of th­ese life skills I missed out on when I was younger”

– Ni­cola Stur­geon, Scot­land’s First Min­is­ter, be­low. “Rus­sia is a peace-lov­ing nation. We do not have and can­not have any plans of ag­gres­sion”

– Pres­i­dent Vladimir Putin.

“The lies and bla­tant fabri­ca­tions in this in­ter­view given to a Rus­sianstate spon­sored TV sta­tion are an in­sult to the pub­lic’s in­tel­li­gence. More im­por­tantly, they are deeply of­fen­sive to the vic­tims and loved ones of this hor­rific at­tack. Sadly, it is what we have come to ex­pect”

– A Down­ing Street spokesman on the in­ter­view given by the two

Rus­sian sus­pects.

“Are you all a bit like rab­bits in the head­lights? You’re go­ing to need each other, that’s for sure. It’s go­ing to be blood sweat and tears”

– Prince Harry, ad­dress­ing Royal

Marines re­cruits.

“He’s got some­thing wrong in his head; what’s their ex­cuse?”

– Ac­tress Rose McGowan on film mogul Har­vey We­in­stein and the “dis­gust­ing peo­ple” who still worked with him.

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