My message to businessmen of this country when they go abroad on business is that there is one thing above all they can take with them to stop them catching AIDS, and that is the wife.
Small, short-sighted, blonde, barbed - she reminds me of a bright little hedgehog.
If someone asks for a soft drink at a party, we no longer think he is a wimp.
The strongest possible piece of advice I would give any young woman is: Don't screw around, and don't smoke.
Businessmen should stand or fall on their own two feet.
One man's priority is another man's extravagence.
The Labour Party is being led by a woman but she has not been elected to anything. She is the lady who makes the breakfast in the Kinnock household.
I won't claim the workhouses didn't have their problems, but they were set up by people who cared.
Margaret Thatcher drove us like there was no tomorrow. But I think there is a genuine feeling now that this macho, workaholic, earn lots of money way of life has run its course. There has been a shift in attitude. People are looking for a more balanced approach.
Good Christian people who wouldn't dream of misbehaving will not catch AIDS.
Back to Basics was absolute humbug, wasn't it?
There's no smoke without mud being flung around.
The suggestion that the prime minister had been flirting with one of the senior women cabinet ministers made me laugh every time I saw it, and I thought, "if you only knew!" Perhaps they should have pushed it a bit harder.
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