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Simon Milner
We agree with the Committee that there is more we can do to disrupt people wanting to spread hate and extremism online. That's why we are working closely with partners, including experts at Kings College, London, and at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, to help us improve the effectiveness of our approach. We look forward to engaging with the new Government and parliament on these important issues after the election.feedback
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NEW Apr 30 2017
“Having assessed all the information available to me including the findings of Dame Margaret Hodge's independent review, my view is that providing mayoral guarantees will expose the London taxpayer to too much additional financial risk. The funding gap is now at over £70 million and it appears unlikely that the Trust will succeed in raising the private funds required for the project. I am simply not prepared to risk a situation where the taxpayer has to step in and contribute significant additional amounts to ensure the project is completed.” said Sadiq Khan speaking about London. It’s one of the 849 quotes about London you can find on this page. 599 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Josh Griffiths, Donald Tusk and Alan Joyce. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Josh Griffiths

I didn't even know what the qualifying process was for the World Champs because it's not something I'd ever thought about. I thought: 'There's really good guys in this race, I'm not beating them.feedback

Josh Griffiths

I'd arranged to meet my stepdad and brother in a coffee shop until we got the train home but then I was given a police escort back to the river, put on a boat with the elite athletes going to a hotel and told I was needed at a London Marathon presentation that night.feedback

Josh Griffiths

You feel like you shouldn't really be there. It was crazy. Because I was competing, I'd packed quite lightly so I didn't have any clothes to wear. The company was amazing – you feel like you shouldn't really be there. Abel Kirui is one side of you, Kenenisa Bekele is the other side and you are sat there wearing your brother's shorts and a top you bought in the London Marathon Expo thinking 'what on earth is going on?feedback

Donald Tusk - European Council

Over the past weeks we have repeatedly heard from our British friends, also during my visit in London, that they are ready to agree on this issue quickly but I would like to state very clearly that we need real guarantees for our people to live, work and study in the UK and the same goes for the Brits. The Commission has prepared a full list of rights and benefits that we want to guarantee for those affected by Brexit. In order to achieve sufficient progress we need a serious British response.feedback

Tom Harrison

The fact it went global has been completely unexpected but brilliant. I think I've started to smell a bit like a gorilla.feedback

Jeremy Corbyn

I've just laid down the gauntlet and asked you to step up. Each and every one of us must step up for this country, including me. And now for a sentence I've yet to utter in my political life. Enough about you, what about me? At the time, young protesters were being shot dead on the streets by the racist apartheid regime in South Africa – Nelson Mandela and hundreds of ANC leaders were in prison. The Conservative government refused to impose sanctions, entertained the leaders of the regime and banned protests outside the South African embassy in London.feedback

Jeremy Corbyn

The Conservative Government refused to impose sanctions, entertained the leaders of the regime and banned protests outside the South African embassy in London. Being an MP helped bring attention to that ban and the wider cause of South Africa's liberation - and got a group of us arrested.feedback

Susan Reed

He (Lenin) applied in 1902 when he was first living in London as an exile to get a reader's ticket. He applied under the pseudonym 'Jacob Richter' because he wanted to keep under the radar of the Tsarist secret police and in indeed of the nascent British secret services, which were monitoring Russian political exiles at the time. He said he was studying 'the land question.feedback

Noel McHugh

It is important that we establish and get a clearer picture as to who Mr Sheppard was and the lifestyle he was leading, in particular anyone who was with him on Thursday 27 April and anyone who stayed at his home in Neasden. I am also making a fresh appeal for information and witnesses to come forward. A number of people have assisted us with our inquiry but there are still a number of witnesses that have yet to come forward and I believe that they could hold vital information that could help with progressing this investigation.feedback

Jillian Miller

I thought he was mad at first, but you know when Tom sets his heart to do something, he absolutely does it.feedback

Jillian Miller

He's just this incredible personality who seems to me to be absolutely fearless, but he loves the gorillas.feedback

Tom Harrison

It was tough at points, but I am really glad I did it. Your stomach is not used to being in that position, so it gave me a bit of heartburn.feedback

Nick Kennedy

We want to be the freshest team going into the play-offs. The guys are in great shape and getting their personal bests in the gym now. It will be tense with the stakes high but we have been planning for this for nine months. I have spoken at length to Andy Robinson and Dean Ryan [who coached Bristol and Worcester, respectively, to success in Championship play-offs] and gone back through previous games. We played Doncaster two weeks ago but they rested some of their leading players and you can expect their coach, Clive Griffiths, to throw out the unexpected.feedback

Nick Kennedy

We will have to wait a few years to see if relegation has had any benefit. It has been good to change losing habits and it is easier to work on your environment when you are winning. We have been able to blood young players but we just want to get up and reward our supporters who have been unbelievable this season.feedback

Nick Kennedy

He is big and fast. I had a heads-up about his selection and, while I was a bit surprised, he is a humble and hard-working young man who is well supported by his family. I have known him for three years and he has always been someone who works before and after training.feedback

Nick Kennedy

I am a big believer in the academy system and we have some exciting talent coming through. My only concern is that it becomes a race to the bottom, as in football, with teams trying to sign players at a younger and younger age. I like the county boundaries – we have just taken over Middlesex from Wasps [now in Coventry], which has increased our academy by 40% – and hope clubs stick to them.feedback

Nick Kennedy

A few seasons ago we were underfunded. By 2013 the money we had was invested on the pitch, which took it away from the departments. We lost players because aspiring internationals like JJ, Marland and Anthony want the best strength and conditioning and medical facilities. We have not lost a kid from our academy for the last three years and we want to get promoted and build from here.feedback

Nick Kennedy

All our focus is on the two matches against Doncaster. We will think about the future after that. Everything we have done this season has been geared to the players peaking now and everyone has played fewer minutes than last season because we have rotated so much.feedback

Marc Gander

BA was clearly in the wrong. It acted very unfairly and in breach of contract. Anybody who brings a small claim like this should be congratulated.feedback

Mauricio Pochettino

It's not a motivation, that thing you explained now to me. My motivation is to win, my motivation is to try to win with Tottenham some titles, my motivation is that my players every day can improve and show that we are better than our opponents. I really don't care about that silly celebration that you explain now to me. The advantage is that my English is so bad and I don't read too much or listen too much. We are here to try to help this club achieve things – to be better every day, to be better every season. We want to win and we are focused on that, not on other things.feedback

Mauricio Pochettino

We are professional. It is important for us to think for ourselves, to try to achieve our aim and don't think about what happens next to us with our opponent.feedback

Dara Khosrowshahi - Expedia

The biggest issue there was Easter. ... Last year, Easter was in the first quarter. This year Easter is in the second quarter. We saw London growth get a little bit weaker after the Westminster tragedy over there, but it seems to be coming back.feedback

Arsene Wenger

It will be a good test on Sunday even if I've not decided in what shape we will start the game.feedback

Arsene Wenger

It's a bit early to come to any conclusions. We played only that system for three games. It's a short experience.feedback

Sadiq Khan

Having assessed all the information available to me including the findings of Dame Margaret Hodge's independent review, my view is that providing mayoral guarantees will expose the London taxpayer to too much additional financial risk. The funding gap is now at over £70 million and it appears unlikely that the Trust will succeed in raising the private funds required for the project. I am simply not prepared to risk a situation where the taxpayer has to step in and contribute significant additional amounts to ensure the project is completed.feedback

Sabine VanderLinden

Over $100 million has been invested in the companies that have gone through Startupbootcamp's insurance technology (InsurTech) accelerator program since it launched 18 months ago, . We empower entrepreneurs to explore their original idea, and test and design sustainable business models. We then enable corporate innovation via our partnerships.feedback

Hitesh Saini

On demand insurance is expected to be worth $600bn by 2025.feedback

Hitesh Saini

We're looking to raise $300,000 in our upcoming seed fundraising effort.feedback

Kate Bex

Unfortunately when near the exit to the park the defendant grabbed her arm and pulled her off the path to one side and began a sustained and systematic attack, penetration of every orifice accompanied by unusual conversation with the victim best described as mind games as an attempt to control her.feedback

Kate Bex

It was about midnight or just a little after and the victim was walking a short distance home having been out at an art gallery and socialising with friends.feedback

Paul Schimmel

All art is political to some degree, but the commercial market has never really loved politics as a subject.feedback

Awol Erizku

As Trump rose to power, he got more and more powerful for my work. We can always make work that's beautiful, but the point of art is to change the world a little bit.feedback

Jordan Wolfson

These are the people who are going to be holding up a mirror to culture. These are the people who are going to show you the world. I'm letting culture pass through me, and it takes shape. I let things pass through in a nonjudgmental way so that I can explore themes like violence and sexuality.feedback

Paul Schimmel

Artists aren't making political work for the market, it's for people watching the world.feedback

Nick Evans

Champions Cup rugby next season is what we want and to get that we will almost certainly have to beat Wasps. They are still a [London] rival and there is a lot riding on the outcome. It will be an emotional night but the key thing is that there is a job to be done.feedback

Ruth Haile

She shouted: 'Don't touch me! Don't touch me!' They cut all her dress. It was a black dress with a hijab.feedback

Alexandra Sabanov

We were really worried – I was screaming to my partner: 'Armed police are here, oh my god, armed police,' and then again we heard extra bangs, more bangs, so we assumed that's when they were breaking the doors or something. They were in the garden – they were everywhere. They swarmed the whole house practically. I wasn't even allowed in my garden; they were telling me: '[There's] armed police, go inside.feedback

Maxine McKenzie

I thought: 'Crikey, I wonder if somewhere's going to get raided,' and then literally 10 minutes later, all this.feedback

Alexandra Sabanov

I said to my partner: 'Do you think that's police in there?' Because there were three white guys, and as I walked past they started laughing. I thought, like, you weren't really having such a great joke, but maybe they were trying to style it out because obviously I'm in the house right next door. I thought it was a bit dodgy.feedback

Maxine McKenzie

I heard gunshots, because they are unmistakable when you hear them. I looked outside and there were lots of police, some plainclothes, some uniformed, obviously firearms officers.feedback

Neil Basu

Two further arrests were made when a man and a woman, both aged 28, returned to the address late at night.feedback

Alexandra Sabanov

I think they were around my age – I'm 28. They spoke English … It was English just like us, with a British accent; London, like us. I could have sworn they had a baby, but now, with all this that's happening, I'm not seeing the baby any more. Every morning, when I put my baby to sleep, I could hear their baby. I just thought they were a couple, just like me and my partner. We were just about to go shopping until we heard bang, bang, bang, bang, went to the window, and saw a number of armed police just there with their guns pointing at our nextdoor neighbour's window.feedback

Martin Hewitt

It would be a naive answer to say that if you cut a significant amount out of an organisation, you don't have any consequences.feedback

Bill Skelly

The trend, which had been declining for many years but has now begun to climb more sharply, is a key priority for the police service. Forces will continue to target habitual offenders and conduct wide-ranging proactive operations to seize thousands of illegal weapons before they can be used to cause harm.feedback

Richard Hammond

We found in the course of our research that 88% of the tweets have negative connotations, which means that the subject is perceived by the individual as a problem that needs to be addressed or that cannot be resolved.feedback

Frances O'Grady

This analysis shows that, with London and the south-east dominating economic growth, too many people are missing out on the chance of a decent job just because of where they live. That's not sustainable, and it's why more than ever we need an industrial strategy that delivers good jobs where they're needed most. Britain needs great jobs – and all the political parties must explain in their manifestos how they will deliver growth in every corner of the country, not just the capital.feedback

Richard Donnell

In our view the current market trends appear well set for the rest of 2017 where above average growth in regional cities offsets weak, single digit increases in southern cities.feedback

Richard Donnell

Buyers outside the south of England appear to be shrugging off concerns over Brexit and a squeeze on real incomes to take advantage of low mortgage rates. This is shifting the dynamics of the housing market.feedback

Jasmine Thompson

When Ross came to London to write more with me, he presented me with this song and didn't tell me who cowrote it; he just went, I just did this with someone. She reposted my Instagram video of me playing bass on her Instagram page.feedback

Ian Ayre

There was much publicised interest in Alexis Sanchez, as part of the deal which saw Luis go to Barcelona, and that deal was done - the only reason it wasn't was that the player and his wife wanted to live in London. We couldn't move the football club to London unfortunately! We didn't feel the player matched that demand. It's easy to sit and say 'look what you could have bought', but how many players could you apply the reverse of that to? That's the truth.feedback

Philip Bloom

Treatment is much more successful when it is begun in early stages of the disease, when sight loss is minimal. Our developments mean we could diagnose patients 10 years earlier than was previously possible.feedback

Bethan Hughes - Wellcome

This innovation has the potential to transform lives for those who suffer loss of sight through glaucoma, and offers hope of a breakthrough in early diagnosis of other neurodegenerative diseases. Loss of sight as you age is an incredibly difficult disability, impacting quality of life and independence.feedback

Felix Hufeld

We are in the hot phase. In the next six to eight weeks there will be a series of decisions. Even if there were to be transition arrangements, they would come at such short notice. If they come four weeks ahead of time, then that does nothing for you.feedback

Lutz Raettig

The time for making decisions is soon. People want to know for sure what direction they are taking by the summer. They can wait a little longer but not much more.feedback

Lutz Raettig

March 2019 is not far away and we are running out of time.feedback

Francesca Cordeiro

Detecting glaucoma early is vital as symptoms are not always obvious. Although detection has been improving, most patients have lost a third of vision by the time they are diagnosed. Now, for the first time, we have been able to show individual cell death and detect the earliest signs of glaucoma. While we cannot cure the disease, our test means treatment can start before symptoms begin. In the future, the test could also be used to diagnose other neurodegenerative diseases.feedback

Marilyn Touzet

Alain-Fournier was very keen on England. Spent months in London as a clerk with the Sanderson wallpaper company. He particularly appreciated Chiswick.feedback

Liam Fox

We want to take advantage of all the opportunities available to us, to ensure that Britain becomes a global leader in free trade.feedback

Sherry Lansing

I saw it earlier on. Right after Tomb Raider, she was on my same flight out of London where she sat next to me. She had nothing with her but a backpack and she was going back to Cambodia to work with the refugees. She was always interested in causes bigger than herself and she always worked hard for those causes. She's done amazing good to make the world a better place.feedback

Michael Sapin

I believe that there is an issue of sovereignty and security of European monetary markets and therefore the majority of the clearing houses cannot remain in London. There will be movement, there will be a displacement and actually many of the financial institutions are already preparing themselves towards that. I don't see how it could be a good thing for the City. The City will remain a large financial centre, will remain important for Europe as well as for the rest of the world.feedback

Vernon Hill - Metro Bank

We've had the best quarter we've ever had. The momentum has really grown with Metro Bank every quarter. Whether its deposits or loans, our earnings are growing. We're very excited that this month we'll pass one million accounts - that's sort of a magic number for a company that started from scratch. This is not meant to be a better U.K. bank, this is a complete reinvention of how banking is delivered in Britain. This model is about taking market share from the Big Four. Even today we only have 1 percent of the Greater London market so there's lots of room for us to take market share.feedback

Haleema Shakur

We now have important evidence that the early use of tranexamic acid can save women's lives and ensure more children grow up with a mother. It's safe, affordable and easy to administer, and we hope that doctors will use it as early as possible following the onset of severe bleeding after childbirth.feedback

Sylvie Matherat - Deutsche Bank

For front office people if you want to deal with EU clients you need to be based in the EU, in continental Europe. Does that mean that I have to move all the front office people to Germany or not? Everybody needs clarity – and the sooner the better.feedback

Sylvie Matherat - Deutsche Bank

For front office people if you want to deal with EU clients you need to be based in the EU, in continental Europe. Does that mean that I have to move all the front office people to Germany or not? What are you going to do: Do you have the technical capacity to move it? Do you have the willingness of the local regulators to supervise something that looks like hundreds of trillions in terms of exposure.feedback

Jes Staley

We have 3,000 employees in the UK who have EU passports. We would love to be able to give certainty to them as soon as possible that they are secure. Intellectual capital is the most important asset that London has.feedback

Xavier Rolet - London Stock Exchange Group

We are well positioned as an open access financial markets infrastructure group to benefit from the introduction of MiFID II and remain focused on executing our strategy, partnering with customers and delivering value for shareholders. We continue to be actively engaged in exploring selective ongoing organic and inorganic investments in order to drive further growth.feedback

Jim Jordan

They wouldn't let him come into the country. He is really upset. He was police-escorted onto the plane. [This was] the very first thing that Jeremy has done. It was his first time in London and he was all excited. It was his big debut. He was on the right track for what we feel was going to be his new life. Now he's very sad. Hopefully this is just a setback and he will be able to come back from this.feedback

Chris Pratt

Thank you for the support honey! You look so beautiful. These press tours can be such a whirlwind. I'm grateful to have you and the boy with me on this one.feedback

Orlando Bloom

The world we live in today, this kind of situation could absolutely happen. I think our director Michael Apted did a fantastic job, you know, of really handling that with a great deal of care and sensitivity.feedback

Michael Apted

I don't think you can play games with it. I don't think you can flirt with it or not take it seriously and it's getting more and more frightening as the days and the months go on.feedback

Heston Blumenthal

It sounds corny, but I knew from the outset that I'd found my soul mate. There was a deep connection between us and even though we were just teenagers, we knew we had found something special. We had very little money, but for my birthday, he took me for dinner at the best restaurant in London at the time, La Tante Claire. It was the first time I'd experienced fine dining and it blew me away, so food became our shared passion.feedback

Jeremy Meeks

I'm sick of this s**t. I've been denied. London don't want me here having served my time. S**t is crazy.feedback

Jillian Miller

There's nothing more encouraging for them when they're out there risking their lives for those gorillas to know there are people like Tom back home pushing themselves to the limit to raise money and awareness.feedback

Jillian Miller

He's just this incredible personality who seems to me to be absolutely fearless, but he loves the gorillas. I thought he was mad at first, but you know when Tom sets his heart to do something, he absolutely does it.feedback

Leanne Wood

Wales is in grave danger. The Conservative party wants to see this nation under London control. They've never liked devolution. They seek a mandate to continue with austerity, privatisations, cuts to frontline services.feedback

Mark Preston

We will continue with our long-term approach of investing in vibrant commercial and residential projects with the aim of delivering both good returns and making a lasting positive impact on their communities.feedback

Mark Preston

Strong performance from indirect investment [in which it invests in other property companies] and our operating companies in North America and Asia, significantly boosted in sterling terms by its depreciation against other currencies, offset cooling market conditions in London.feedback

Mark Preston

Investor and occupier unease before and after the UK's EU referendum, and the imposition of higher stamp duty on purchases, greatly contributed to a slowdown in the London residential market which we anticipated and planned for. Looking ahead, we expect our returns in 2017 to be significantly weaker due to limited room for market value appreciation and a reduction in revenue profit following some well-timed disposals. The proceeds of these sales will be re-invested into our £6bn pipeline of projects to be delivered in several years' time, resulting in a recovery in returns.feedback

Sadiq Khan

It is frankly outrageous that the government thinks it can continue to bury its head in the sand about the serious health impacts of air quality in London and across the country. The prime minister has once again missed this golden opportunity to show real leadership in tackling and improving the air we breathe, which should have been done well before the pre-election period.feedback

Neil Rami - Marketing Birmingham

Birmingham's business, financial and professional services sector is the largest of any UK city outside London, with more than 7,500 companies employing 100,000 people.feedback

David Hollingworth

Where you have total lending showing no growth and new competition entering the market, lenders don't want to relax their criteria so that leaves only one option: cutting the price.feedback

Paul Petersen

I am proud of our efforts over the years to help Erin Moran whose troubles were many and complex. Don't doubt for a moment that we tried … sincerely tried through time and treasure … to give comfort to one of our own. At least a half-dozen [former child stars] were actively reaching out to Erin in the last week of her life ... From Paris to London, from New York to LA, our members were in there pitching, doing what they could to help. Do not doubt that for a minute.feedback

Martin Michelon

Macron is a superstar in London, Berlin, Montreal – basically all the cities that French entrepreneurs have emigrated to to pursue business opportunities, especially in the startup world.feedback

Henry Pryor

On the positive side, competition in the mortgage market is likely to continue at least until Christmas making money both cheaper and more available but we are very close to zero and this will eventually dry up. When it does the impact could be significant. All but the most motivated of buyers and sellers will sit on their hands as all the parties appear to be hinting at tax rises to come. The threats to the housing market especially in London and the South East outweigh the positives needed to halt the slide in deal prices.feedback

Adrian Black

Fewer people are currently looking but those who are in the market are keen to buy. Prices are holding up in niche and highly sort after areas as well as for best-in-class properties yet gradually softening in other categories.feedback

Henry Pryor

The Spring markets for the past three years have been destabilised by big political events and 2017 is going the same way. We still have an uncomfortable number of 'icebergs' ahead including another Budget, the ongoing divorce from Europe and the trickle of changes to the tax arrangements of buy-to-let landlords or residential property investors as they perhaps should be called.feedback

David Wyeth

The few seconds didn't matter to me to help someone up. As I mentioned we were strangers, I didn't know what his day was like.feedback

David Wyeth

I was so well prepared! I had done everything right in preparing for London. For the first 20 miles I was in great shape. It became a monumental battle at the 25 mile mark. I realised my legs were going beneath me and I couldnt go in a straight line. I was on the floor and the next thing I knew, Matthew was in my ear encouraging me to get up. I just wanted to get to that finish line and so did he. There was 200m left and I wasn't going to stop until we got to that finish line. It was just a natural thing to do, to go over. He was struggling and I wanted him to get to the end.feedback

James Proudlock - LME Clear

Part of the reason for the delay is to make absolutely sure we have maximum participation. We want to hit the ground running.feedback

Duncan Ball

We have seen an increase [in knife crime] and the key to tackling this I believe is to stop young people from picking up knives in the first place. The police have to work together with the community and with schools and other groups to educate teenagers about the dangers of carrying knives.feedback

Rachel Shimbles

I'd encourage people to seriously consider leaving London. My quality of life shot up when I did.feedback

Eric Hrubant

I have many clients who travel to London and other cities in Europe and this summer they are staying at more luxurious hotels, staying in suites and dining in finer restaurants.feedback

Claudia Barnett

We saw them in the race village this morning and have met them a few times because of the show.feedback

Mary Keitany

I think 2:15 it might be impossible with a women's only. For the women only, 2:17 is possible, but not 2:15. I tried to push all the time. I'm very happy with the finish time.feedback

Josh Griffiths

I've been running since I was about 14 and competitively and seriously for about six or seven years now. Every year gets better and better. But this is a big jump.feedback

Josh Griffiths

I started about 10 metres behind the elite field but obviously that was never really in my mind to race those guys.feedback

Josh Griffiths

I've consistently done over 100 miles since October since I planned to do this race. Everything since then has been geared towards this. I did a half marathon in 65:18 last month and that really told me I was ready. But to run this is beyond my wildest dreams.feedback

Daniel Wanjiru

I felt some hamstring problem and I couldn't respond well. That is why I slowed down. The shoes were blistering me, they were not comfortable. Maybe because of that also I feel the hamstring problem because I had to adjust and protect the blister area.feedback

David Weir

I've kept it to myself that I've been suffering with depression for the past seven months. Training was the only thing that has kept me going.feedback

Paul Kirkman

The East Coast Main Line has long been famed for speed and style. In the 19th century elegant locomotives were designed to haul trains on this route cementing its reputation as a railway racing stretch operated by thoroughbred engines. The four train line up epitomises the evolution of the later generation of fast, elegant and stylish trains - all with a shared bloodline - that epitomise the history of the route from the 1850's to today.feedback

Bob Gwynne

This event shows yet again how Yorkshire is leading the way and the timing is perfect, throwing the county firmly into the spotlight just days before the start of the Tour de Yorkshire.feedback

Julie Henderson

We do see a lot of things that people should never see, but we also see the best of people.feedback

Rachel Kearton

It is virtually impossible to ban the sale of all corrosive substances, as many are household products, including for example bleach and drain cleaner, and are readily available over the counter at DIY and pharmacy stores, as well as supermarkets.feedback

Ian Jack

The homes passed on from this fortunate generation to the next will determine who is rich and who is poor in years to come. What did our grandparents leave us? That will depend on who they were and what they possessed, but in my case, not untypical of my generation, it wasn’t very much.feedback

Ellie Goulding

I don't like to wear anything restrictive. So I wear a black tracksuit because I'm superstitious about wearing any color. I just don't want anything to distract me. A lot of the time I leave my hair wet because I feel like I spend so much time getting it blow dried that any opportunity I can have to leave it wet and put some products in it and that's kind of it.feedback

Ellie Goulding

I hit hard. Then I'll do a toner. I swear by a few moisturizers, and I always use eye cream. I feel like I'm one of those people who always have tired eyes! I also won't leave the house without putting on concealer and mascara and using an eyebrow pencil. I have nonexistent eyebrows, so I have to draw them on.feedback

Ellie Goulding

Sometimes I don't shower at all before going to the studio, even after I train. I feel like I never smell. I know some people wouldn't want to do that, but I do, and I do fine. I think you can overshower, you can overwash your hair, and you can overwash your face. No one ever said you have to shower that much!feedback

John McDonnell

We believe the rich will be above £70,000 to £80,000 a year and that's roughly defined as what people feel is an earning whereby people feel they can pay more.feedback

Conor Ryan

Unless you have private means, or have access to family accommodation, you simply have no chance of taking up an unpaid internship.feedback

Conor Ryan

If you're closing off internships by pricing young people out of them, you're seriously harming social mobility and reinforcing the nature of those who get into top jobs across the professions.feedback

Seamus Nevin

We would fear that obliging all employers to pay interns might prove counterproductive.feedback

Simon Derrick - Bank of New York

I think everybody is locked down. It is kind of reminiscent of the big events last year where people know that it is a binary outcome so the best approach is to remain as cautious as possible.feedback

Tom Devine

She still gets up people's noses. What's happened, because of the way London has handled the position so abysmally, is a steady unleashing of the economic issue and a movement towards a political issue. There's the sense that, If we don't do something, we're going to be ruined by this right-wing clique.feedback

Oliver Monger

I've not really had a problem I've needed to talk to someone about, but meeting you is a new thing. I don't really know how to speak to someone so high. I'm quite shy. That was just fantastic. It has really boosted my confidence. I had no idea what to say at first but she really put me at ease.feedback

John Major

I don't for example expect lots of banks to up and move from the City of London, but I do think when it comes to considering fresh investment, there may be more fresh investment in the European Union, and maybe a little less in the U.K.feedback

Mike Pompeo

It's time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia. Julian Assange has no first amendment freedoms. He's sitting in an embassy in London. He's not a US citizen.feedback

Bernard Cazeneuve

Barbarity and cowardice struck Paris last night, as they also recently struck elsewhere in Europe – in Berlin, Stockholm, in London. The whole of Europe is targeted because it represents the values and ideals of peace. Nothing must hamper this democratic moment, essential for our country.feedback

Helen Chapman - Transport for London

It is only fair that license fees for private hire operators accurately reflect the costs of enforcement and regulating the trade.feedback

Prue Fraser

I'm a bit disappointed with the club because they were frisking and checking our bags, but there were a considerable amount of people hurt so it must have been a whole bottle. It shouldn't have got into the club.feedback

Prue Fraser

The security wasn't that tight. I don't think there were a lot of people being kicked out for bad behaviour. I don't know how they have gotten the bottle in. I guess the bag checks weren't that good.feedback

Neil Hermon

The UK government would be in a stronger position to negotiate the terms of Brexit and May's government would be given a definitive mandate for Brexit. This is a positive move for UK stocks, particularly mid-caps.feedback

Paul Ryan

Now that Article 50 has been invoked, the UK and the EU will determine the best path forward over the course of these negotiations. We want the parties to come together and strike a lasting agreement, a strong UK-EU relationship is in all of our best interests. In that same vein, the United States will work closely with our EU friends and chart a path forward on TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) negotiations. At the same time we are committed to working with President Trump and your Government to achieve a bilateral trade agreement between the United States and Britain.feedback

Laith Khalaf - Hargreaves Lansdown

It is very difficult to pinpoint at this stage because we don't know what's going to happen in the election. If you look at what is expected at the moment, a stronger Conservative government, then actually I think markets would probably react quite positively to that. But I think there is still a lot of electioneering to go, and the one thing that we have learned recently is not to predict the outcome of political events.feedback

Laith Khalaf - Hargreaves Lansdown

As we know, polling is not an exact science and there are probably many spills and thrills to come over the next six to seven weeks or so.feedback

Sajid Javid

It is the case particularly in London that developers would say that [foreign buyers] are required to kickstart the development in the first place and without some foreign ownership the development wouldn't happen. We are determined to do something about it.feedback

Pallavi Bradshaw

It is encouraging to see more people getting involved in sporting activities and challenges, and raising money for charities. While GPs will not want to dampen that enthusiasm they should remain objective when asked to sign fitness to participate forms. They must be confident that they have sufficient knowledge about the patient and the nature of the event before deciding whether they can assist.feedback

Pallavi Bradshaw

General Medical Council guidance requires a doctor to do their best to ensure reports they write are not misleading, and says they should not undertake assessments beyond their area of clinical competence.feedback

Emre Sayin

He brings a lot of experience in international trade and his network of global contacts are important to a company like us operating worldwide. His experience in dealing with international governments is very important.feedback

Emre Sayin

Britain is the second biggest cruise market in the world so I am excited to be able to offer people who may have been our customers and gone through our ports the chance to invest.feedback

Emre Sayin

We hold a market leading position and enjoy first mover advantage in a sector with significant growth opportunities and high barriers to entry. We see ports now as airports were 20 or 30 years ago. Mainly state owned and with the opportunity to be developed. Once we have made the infrastructure improvements to handle the big ships we can focus on adding services. The Caribbean - the largest cruise market in the world - would be our main focus if I had to choose a single region, but the Far East is also a focus as it is the fastest growing market in the world.feedback

Marcello Lippi

We are talking about him because he is one of the best in the world, but he seems happy in London to me. He wants to take the Blues into the Champions League next year, so I don't think he will change bench.feedback