The things they say…
“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
“Their Lordships do go on and on, and it is quite unnecessary. I get very impatient”
– Tory peeress Baroness Trumpington, who has died
“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
“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
“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
“It’s as dead as a dodo”
– Tory MP Mark Francois on the Prime Minister’s Brexit
“Ploughing on is not stoic. It is an act of national selfharm”
– Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attacks the Prime
“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