The things they say…

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“My grand­chil­dren wear me out”

– The Prince of Wales.

“I’ve been told I’m Chris­tian goody two-shoes and stuff like that, I tried to live as hon­ourable a life as pos­si­ble. I thought this could ruin ev­ery­thing I’ve tried to do”

– Sir Cliff Richard on al­le­ga­tions of sex­ual as­sault which were never pur­sued and he was not charged

with any­thing.

“Their Lord­ships do go on and on, and it is quite un­nec­es­sary. I get very im­pa­tient”

– Tory peer­ess Baroness Trump­ing­ton, who has died

aged 96.

“I was a ball of mess, cry­ing. Dance has given me ev­ery­thing I know about my­self and my con­fi­dence, and when that was taken away from me I felt kind of lost. It was only when I re­tired from bal­let that I re­alised just how cru­cial danc­ing was to me”

– Dame Darcey Bus­sell, now a judge on Strictly Come Danc­ing, on her feel­ings when she re­tired from bal­let

danc­ing.

“I’ve learned that danc­ing is ac­tu­ally a lot of fun, and I thought it was non­sense before I joined up, but it’s not – it’s amaz­ing”

– For­mer Eng­land crick­eter Graeme Swann after be­ing elim­i­nated from Strictly

Come Danc­ing.

“Through­out ne­go­ti­a­tions, I have fought to en­sure that pow­ers re­turn­ing from the EU will be re­stored to the Na­tional As­sem­bly for Wales, the Scot­tish Par­lia­ment and the North­ern Ire­land As­sem­bly”

– Prime Min­is­ter Theresa

May.

“It’s as dead as a dodo”

– Tory MP Mark Fran­cois on the Prime Min­is­ter’s Brexit

deal.

“Plough­ing on is not stoic. It is an act of na­tional self­harm”

– Labour leader Jeremy Cor­byn at­tacks the Prime

Min­is­ter.

“I don’t want to eat in­sects”

– For­mer Labour leader Ed Miliband’s re­sponse when

asked if he would like to ap­pear on I’m A Celebrity ...

Get Me Out Of Here!

Darcey Bus­sell, Ed Miliband and Sir Cliff Richard

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