May 23, 1971
I believe in public services.
One of London's massive strengths is its sporting prowess, its great football teams.
ISIL are already using the Internet for hideous propaganda purposes - for radicalisation, for operational planning, too.
We are very supportive of the economic reforms that the Chinese government have talked about.
It's normally the kiss of death to be identified as a rising star, or someone to watch.
We must bring unity of spirit and purpose and condemn hatred and division wherever we see it.
Margaret Thatcher's government redistributed money from rich to poor. And that's the nature of a modern western democracy.
I believe that I'm entitled to regard my pre-political life as off-limits in terms of what can be looked at and judged.
Of course the Liberal Democrats are going to say things to try and get attention - but I don't think the country is paying much attention.
The Office for Budget Responsibility correctly stay out of the political debate and do not assess the long-term costs and benefits of E.U. membership.
They all said I was a very young guy. Well there is nothing I can do about that but with each day that passes the problem solves itself.
I'm a Conservative who believes in lower taxes. They lead to a more enterprising economy. But I'm not somebody who believes you can fund lower taxes by borrowing more money.
The former pension minister, the Liberal Democrat Steve Webb said I was trying to abolish the lump sum. Instead, we are going to keep the lump sum and abolish the Liberal Democrats.