Harriet Harman: “If you're actually political, you can't be a Conservative and a feminist."
Andrew Mitchell: "To me, Margaret Thatcher was a goddess. When she walked down the corridors, I used to stand stiffly to attention and hope she would pass by."
David Davis: "David Cameron's gone into it like a hand into a glove. In a way, he's the strongest part of the government... The Nadine Dorries-type arguments which flare up are more about the overall flavour of the government."
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