Opinion: They Said It

"This is further evidence that the Campaign for Racial Equality is in the pocket of a Government with an agenda, which isn't about valuing everybody but making everyone the same."

Karen Chouhan, chief executive of the 1990 Trust, on Trevor Phillips' assertion that multiculturalism is dead

"People seem to think that nuclear weapons in the hands of North Korea, Libya or Iraq are bad, but in our hands they're reasonable. And that, in some sense, has been sold to the public."

CND vice-president Bruce Kent after the Aldermaston march

"The NSPCC's Full Stop campaign must rank as one of the most pointless and offensive ever mounted."

James Le Fanu, The Daily Telegraph's health and wellbeing columnist

"The main reason I've been doing this is because I'm a lazy bugger who wanted a year off work and couldn't think of an excuse for it."

Bristol City fan Jeremy Boon who has raised £3,000 for Breast Cancer Campaign by getting sponsorship to cycle more than 7,000 miles to watch all his team's away games (see News, p7)

"Scope is on the brink of becoming a different organisation, and it's important for them to have someone like Andy Rickell to make that change."

Rachel Hurst, director of Disability Awareness in Action, on Scope's new director of diversity.

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