THEY SAID WHAT?

Western Mail - - VIEWS OF WALES -

“The clock is tick­ing to­wards a tip­ping point when the im­pact of what we are do­ing will be­come dan­ger­ously ir­re­versible. We have a re­spon­si­bil­ity and obli­ga­tion to the next gen­er­a­tion to dras­ti­cally re­duce the ex­tent to which we plun­der the world’s nat­u­ral re­sources”

– The Duke of Cam­bridge.

“I’m a pretty bad ac­tress when I’m play­ing any­one but my­self ”

– Co­me­dian Kather­ine Ryan, who is to play a prob­lem­atic sin­gle mother in a new TV se­ries.

“I took the fast lane all of my life, I’ve been a bad girl, I’ve been a good wife. I don’t stop to think, when I go in, I go in”

– Pop star Ch­eryl in her come­back

song. “I know the world is not end­ing, but it does feel like a re­ally rot­ten day to have to let peo­ple down”

– Singer Kylie Minogue, above, on hav­ing to post­pone shows through ill­ness.

“The Prime Min­is­ter isn’t putting to­gether a deal that will last. In­stead, she’s promis­ing all things to all peo­ple and hop­ing no-one will no­tice. It is sim­ply not pos­si­ble to pull the wool over peo­ple’s eyes in this way and it is a recipe for Brexit dis­as­ter”

– Ni­cola Stur­geon, Scot­land’s First

Min­is­ter.

“I’ve never un­der­stood why if you live in Lan­caster you shouldn’t have ac­cess to the best the­atre go­ing. It’s a pity if the­atre be­comes only some­thing you do on high days and hol­i­days, and spend a for­tune see­ing the long-run­ning mu­si­cal”

– Ac­tor Sir Ian McKellen, who is em­bark­ing on an 80-day tour of re­gional the­atres to mark his 80th birth­day.

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