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Issue No. 2296

‘We know passengers will like it’

Easyjet chief executive Carolyn McCall on plans to charge extra for some seats


‘I think running the marathon will be a bit like the leadership election for the Labour Party. It’s funny going into a race you think you won’t win, but is still worth running’

Ed Balls on running the London Marathon


‘For our National Health Service, this is the biggest problem we have. You can’t teach people compassion’

David Cameron, butcher of the National Health Service, on nurses


‘Broadly speaking, a strike could stop Britain’

An industry expert in the Sun on the tanker drivers’ ballot


‘The conman was wearing the wrong type of gown’

The Daily Express on how a man posing as a barrister was caught


‘I go and look at William Hill and they actually have the odds on these sorts of things’

Stephen Nickell of the Office for Budget Responsibility is asked whether the euro is likely to fail


‘Inflation is like a ketchup bottle. You shake it and shake it and it all comes out at once’

Elizabeth Corley, chief executive of Allianz Global Investors, warns of the dangers of inflation


‘This does not mean the debt situation in Greece is resolved, and this is not the last time we will be hearing about this’

Tim Ghriskey, chief investment officer of Solaris Group, on the most recent debt agreement with Greece


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Tue 27 Mar 2012, 17:53 BST
Issue No. 2296
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