THEY SAID WHAT?
“We have delivered a deal that honours the vote of the British people. I’ve been speaking to factory workers in Scotland, farmers in Wales and people right across the country, answering their questions about the deal and our future. Overwhelmingly, the message I’ve heard is that people want us to get on with it”
– Prime Minister Theresa May on
“Labour in government at Westminster will halt austerity which our manifesto commitments could mean £70bn more for Scotland over two terms. As chancellor, this package will represent the biggest transfer in wealth and power from London to Scotland in post-war Britain. The next Labour government will be the most radically reforming one since that of Clement Attlee and Nye Bevan elected in 1945”
– Shadow chancellor John
McDonnell. “The worse the world’s situation gets, the more that theatre has started to find its identity. We look at our humanity, we look at why we do what we do, all those questions that politicians are no longer asking”
– Actress Juliet Stevenson, above, who has had a “renaissance of
purpose” about acting.
“Sometimes, I know it seems hard to believe, but I get amorous letters from ladies”
– David Walliams. comedian and children’s author.
“There’s a lot of unseemly flirting going on. It’s really quite unsavoury”
– Dawn French jokes about her role as the Wicked Queen in the London Palladium pantomime, Snow White.