When the weather's good, there's no better place to be than the British countryside.
Oh yeah, I'm an Essex boy and proud of it.
It's an odd feeling, knowing someone is trying to kill you. On the front line, you learn quickly that if you're in the path of a bullet, you will get hit.
I always get very fit if I'm going away filming for two months in Afghanistan or wherever.
The one thing that I'm absolutely sure about is that the people of Gaza aren't going anywhere. And neither are the people of Israel.
Jewelry is fine on some guys, but it's not for me.
Sunglasses are a bit like watches for me - a real obsession. My favourites are Oakleys, Ray-Bans and Wileys, which are worn by the U.S. military.
I have seen incredible bravery from very young guys, the young generation that people write off.
Some people figure that if they're part of a gang then they have less of a chance of being killed, because they are in larger numbers. But the problem with this is that it will lead to people doing stuff that they wouldn't usually do.
I read a lot of research notes about the countries I visit, and my mum and dad bought me a Kindle, but I'm still getting to grips with it. I prefer paper books.
People-trafficking is modern day slavery. There are more slaves today than there were at the height of the slave trade.
I do dream about Afghanistan. I wake up and think I'm still there.
War is not cheap, but it's the human cost that's the highest.
A day in Afghanistan is like a week at home.
If I have a weakness, it's for timepieces - if I see one I like and can afford it, I'll buy it.
I really enjoy travelling around the world. I get to meet some extraordinary people.
If you offer me a job sitting in a Winnebago with make-up girls and free food, I'm probably going to take it.
I think we have always had a fascination for gangs and gangsters, and I think we always will.
If you have extremes of haves and have-nots where the gap keeps growing, the have-nots group together and create social disorder, as they can't see a way out of their situation.
It only takes around 60 seconds to cast your vote in the polling station. 60 seconds to protect the economy, 60 seconds to protect your jobs, 60 seconds to protect the services your family relies on. A lot is at stake during those 60 seconds.
On my travels around the world, I've met people in countries where democracy doesn't exist and if it does, they are intimidated into voting in a certain way.
I would never ever talk about my own personal life in an interview.
When I was an actor, I was part of a team, which I loved. You are a part inside something which is larger.
I really hate people who feel their private lives should be paraded, and there are magazines like 'Hello!,' 'OK' and 'Bella' totally devoted to this.
I don't think you should go into politics until you can stand on your own two feet economically, if possible, and you know enough about the world.
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