Prime Minister Quotes

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“In response to be asked about Boris Johnson becoming UK Prime Minister...

"I'm delighted. As the UK continues to plunge ever faster into a future akin to a dystopian novel I'll never run out of material to write more books. Although now that reality is more bizarre than fiction maybe plot-lines will need to be more ambitious. Perhaps a book where Boris Johnson is really an accidental sentient snafu of Trump's scrotum lint. Kind of a sequel to the Bush-Blair story. I see musical rights being drawn up as we speak.”
R.D. Ronald

Winston S. Churchill
“The POSITIVE THINKER sees the INVISIBLE, feels the INTANGIBLE, and achieves the IMPOSSIBLE.”
Winston Churchill, My Early Life, 1874-1904

Arthur Wellesley
“Being born in a stable does not make one a horse.”
Arthur Wellesley Wellington

J.K. Rowling
“The Prime Minister gazed hopelessly at the pair of them for a moment, then the words he had fought to suppress all evening burst from him at last.
“But for heaven’s sake — you’re wizards! You can do magic! Surely you can sort out — well — anything!”
Scrimgeour turned slowly on the spot and exchanged an incredulous look with Fudge, who really did manage a smile this time as he said kindly, “The trouble is, the other side can do magic too, Prime Minister.”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

J.K. Rowling
“Yes, alive,” said Fudge. “That is — I don’t know — is a man alive if he can’t be killed? I don’t really understand it, and Dumbledore won’t explain properly — but anyway, he’s certainly got a body and is walking and talking and killing, so I suppose, for the purposes of our discussion, yes, he’s alive.”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

“Nothing matters very much and most things don't matter at all.”
Arthur Balfour

Patrick Ness
“A bully with charisma and top marks is still a bully. He'll probably end up Prime Minister one day. God help us all.”
Patrick Ness, A Monster Calls

Winston S. Churchill
“Well, in war, you can only be killed once. But in politics, many times.”
Winston Churchill

“One of the things we haven’t taught our people as a nation, that this is their country. We haven’t told them that this Bahamas belongs to them. Whether it succeeds or fails it is entirely up to them. WE haven’t told our people that they are valuable. I sometimes pass little boys playing in the road and I would stop my car and say to them: ‘Excuse me baby, do you realize how valuable you are? Do not play in the road, if anything happen to you that is going to hurt us. Because you might be our Prime Minister one day. Iris Adderley, consultant in the Disability Affairs Devision of The Department of Social Services.”
Drexel Deal, The Fight of My Life is Wrapped Up in My Father

Amit Kalantri
“Let someone else be the most powerful country, make ours the most peaceful country.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

“Leaders who are silent and do nothing are as guilty and do worse than those who commit these horrific attacks”
George Stamatis

“If "silence is golden" then we have a 24 carat prime minister...!!!”

José Saramago
“Events went on to show that it is not by chance that a prime minister reaches such lofty heights and that, as the infallible wisdom of nations has demonstrated time and time again, each country gets the government it deserves, although it must be said that while it is true to say that prime ministers, for good or ill, are not all the same, it is no less true to say, are all countries.”
José Saramago, Death with Interruptions

Reham Khan
“I would wonder how this man, who could not handle so much as a single email from a random party worker, could possibly handle the pressure of any public office, let alone that of a Prime Minister.”
Reham Khan, Reham Khan

Mick Herron
“There was a story doing the rounds that the list of questions traditionally asked of head injury victims, to check for concussion - what's the date, where do you live, who is the Prime Minister? - had had to be amended in light of the current incumbents turn your, as the widespread disbelief but he was still in office was producing a rash of false positives.”
Mick Herron, London Rules

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Throughout the human history millions have died because of the kings and the queens, because of the presidents and the prime ministers, because of the Caesars and the duces, because of all these little charlatans with big ego!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Mwanandeke Kindembo
“Freedom is sweeter than peace. Meaning, every country that has a prime minister without a president as the head of the state; has go peace but not freedom. Their sovereignty is nothing but an illusion.”
Mwanandeke Kindembo

Mick Herron
“Rumpus" was a favourite PJ-word; one he'd employed to describe a recent tabloid splash about his friendship with a lap dancer. It was also a term he'd used in reference to both 9/11 and the global recession.”
Mick Herron, Real Tigers