Ann Widdecombe Famous Quotes & Sayings

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10 Ann Widdecombe Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ann Widdecombe Sayings: I cannot bear the language TV chefs use - they don't seem able to look I cannot bear the language TV chefs use - they don't seem able to look at a plate of vegetables without accusing it of sexual activity.
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Ann Widdecombe Sayings: In politics there is no right answer - and no final answer. In politics there is no right answer - and no final answer.
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: For years I had been disillusioned by the Church of England's compromising on everything. The For years I had been disillusioned by the Church of England's compromising on everything. The Catholic Church doesn't care if something is unpopular.
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: I stay on terra firma: the more firm, the less terror. I stay on terra firma: the more firm, the less terror.
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: The instant you say All Quiet On The Western Front people remember that great 20th The instant you say All Quiet On The Western Front people remember that great 20th century classic book on war, a book about a school boy turned into a soldier overnight.
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: I think the rest of the world will think we're made, and indeed we are. I think the rest of the world will think we're made, and indeed we are. We've turned out the greatest Prime Minister in the post war years simply because of short term nerves.
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: My cat did that the other day when he came in from the garden. My cat did that the other day when he came in from the garden.
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: I was walking across King's Cross station when a drunken Irishman came stumbling up and I was walking across King's Cross station when a drunken Irishman came stumbling up and flung his arms around me. He wanted to thank me for the peace process in Northern Ireland.
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: We also heard the usual old nonsense that banning hunting would affect employment if we We also heard the usual old nonsense that banning hunting would affect employment if we abolished crime we would put all the police out of work. If we abolished ill-health we would put all the nurses and doctors out of work. Will anybody argue that we should preserve crime and ill-health in order to keep people in jobs?
Ann Widdecombe Sayings: The abuse of children is the worst offence that anybody can commit. The abuse of children is the worst offence that anybody can commit.