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"Boris is a great mate of mine, we have a very knockabout friendship, but quite a lot of his ideas, I think, are good headlines but not necessarily good policies" - David Davis, former Brexit secretary.

"God forbid, a few seconds earlier it would not have been as pretty - so I'm very thankful we got through it. There's definitely a friendly star above our family and it keeps a watchful eye over us. Three seconds earlier and we would all certainly have been killed" - Entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson describes his escape from falling rocks during a charity climb of Mont Blanc.

"I certainly will do everything in my power to see that this mad Labour Party never sees anything like power ever again, it would destroy a

generation of young people's lives" - Andrea Leadsom, above, Leader of the Commons.

"I don't think I've done anything odder than this on a Sunday morning. This takes the biscuit" - TV's Alan Titchmarsh, who drove a flock of sheep across London Bridge - a right of Freemen of the City of London.

"I am not going to retire. Actors don't ... do actors retire? Maybe they do. I have never heard of an actor retiring" - Actor Danny DeVito.

"Glastonbury town is like walking into a pack of tarot cards: on the one side you have very ancient Christianity, on the other side you have pagan book stores, and someone's barking about God in the middle of the street. I love it" - Hollywood star Nicolas Cage.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Oct 2, 2018
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