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Issue No. 2303

‘A tempest in a teapot’

JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon in April on suggestions the bank was in trouble


‘I was dead wrong’

Jamie Dimon last week, after the bank lost billions


‘It’s more than that. It’s “Get on the plane”’

William Hague is asked if his jobs plan is “get on your bike”


‘You can’t get through the day on a tabloid newspaper if you don’t lie’

Graham Johnson, former News of the World journalist


‘I just thought it was so unfair’

Former Labour home secretary Jacqui Smith on the MPs’ expenses scandal


‘I couldn’t care less’

Labour donor Lord Paul is asked if he feels embarrassed over his £38,000 expenses


‘Sure. We had a drink together’

Labour’s shadow chancellor Ed Balls is asked if he would dine with George Osborne


‘Stress is what I was under’

Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted chief, says teachers don’t know the meaning of the word “stress”


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Who Says?
Tue 15 May 2012, 16:57 BST
Issue No. 2303
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