THEY SAID IT

"Going to Wimbledon was a nice thing for members, but it was not supporting vulnerable people"

Alison Brumfitt, of the WRVS, in The Daily Telegraph on why it no longer sends volunteers to help at the tournament

"Hitting children is wrong and it is time the law said so"

Seven MPs in a letter to The Guardian (see smacking story, p5)

"There has been a definite change in the atmosphere: some of the visitors are quite posh now. There are plenty of Hunter wellies and Drizabones"

Glastonbury veteran Alison Bassett in The Sunday Times.

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