THEY SAID WHAT?
"Every time we stay at or take meetings at or dine at any of these nine hotels we are putting money directly into the pockets of men who choose to stone and whip to death their own citizens for being gay or accused of adultery. Are we really going to help pay for these human rights violations?" - George Clooney, below, calling for a boycott of Brunei-owned hotels.
"Most cyclists are conscientious and law-abiding but an increasing number are extremely aggressive" - Scientist and presenter Lord Winston calling for cyclists to have number plates after he was attacked by a woman he stopped for cycling on the pavement.
"For years, I have tried to warn of this impending crisis and of our fundamental responsibility for our children's and grandchildren's inheritance. Now those very children are crying out for concerted action rather than just empty words" - Prince Charles on the pollution of oceans.
"By avoiding dying - there's no reason otherwise" - Bob Weighton, 111, of Alton, Hampshire, England's oldest man on his secret for longevity.
"Theresa May is a very good woman.
And, I'll tell you what, she's strong, she's tough, and she's in there fighting" - President Donald Trump.
"This is an emergency. I need advice" - Jeremy Clarkson's cry for help after spotting a frog in his loo in south-east Asia.
"I wanted a Full English tomorrow, but I am going to have to make do with a Belgian Waffle" - R Readman of Bournemouth in a letter to the Daily Mail.