You are the deals-on-wheels Prime Minister - no wonder the Chancellor isn't a happy eater!
Doesn't the prime minister see, doesn't he really see, that this week marks the beginning of the final chapter of his administration?
We're not saying, 'We're politicians, trust us.' We know you don't trust us.
We didn't win - and let's be honest with each other: We didn't even come close to winning.
What (Winston) Churchill did in wartime, Margaret Thatcher did in peacetime.
We cannot possibly take them all into this country [asylum seekers] - it is a completely unrealistic expectation.
There is only one opinion poll that I am interested in and that is the one that will take place on election day.
This grammar school boy is not going to take any lessons from a public school boy on children from less privileged backgrounds.
Nothing has changed over the last six months. He has just caved in. He's not getting anything in return for the concessions he is making.
If the traffic is flowing across the Internet, you have no idea how many routers the traffic has gone through, which can impact the quality of the call, ... But if the traffic travels on your own network, you can control the quality. That could be reason enough to build a network.
Let me make it clear: this grammar school boy will take no lessons from that public school boy on the importance of children from less privileged backgrounds gaining access to university.
Let us be clear. Prison works. It ensures that we are protected from murderers, muggers and rapists, and it makes many who are tempted to commit crime think twice.