THEY SAID WHAT?
"By approaching these negotiations in a constructive way - in a spirit of friendship and co-operation and with our sights firmly set on the future - I believe we can prove the doomsayers wrong" - Prime Minister Theresa May on the Brexit negotiations.
"If I were Prime Minister, the person I would be demoting or sacking would be Philip Hammond. I don't think he has been totally on board. He has been deliberately trying to make the Brexit negotiations difficult, stall them, obfuscate the issues" - Tory MP Nadine Dorries, below.
"I don't do sell-by dates but I have to confess if there is a pot of cream I just lift the lid and smell it. If it's all right, I have it. You do have to be careful if it is meat and keep within the dates" - Cookery star Mary Berry.
"For the past 20 years, if I have not been in a relationship then usually I have not had sex. It has to come with love for me. So, now I am permanently single and I kind of enjoy it" - Artist Tracey Emin.
"People might look at me and think I've got everything, but a sweeping staircase and designer handbag doesn't really do it for me" - Former singer Louise Redknapp confirming that she and her husband Jamie Redknapp are living apart, adding that she felt like a Stepford Wife.
"I believe we will be the most influential party in 21st century politics" - Jonathan Bartley, co-leader of the Green Party.
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