""He's from a family that is so tight, that works so hard to raise their children correctly. It's just horrible.""
""Currently, more than 180 children are held in detention without having been convicted. Under the occupation, children can be held for one and a half years before their case goes to trial.""
Marsha de Cordova
British Labour MP
"There is a risk that Putin will read congratulatory messages from Western leaders like European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and US President Donald Trump as a plea for a return to business as usual."
Director of Foreign Policy, Centre for European Reform
""A powerful explosion rocked this area and right after that I saw many people running away.""
"“Every girl who speaks is paving the way for another.”"
Former Playboy model
"“Instead of engaging on the substantive concern, Russia has sought to confuse the picture with at best misleading procedural arguments.""
UK Ambassador to UN Conference on Disarmament
""The dark arts have arrived in full force online.""
US Democratic Congressman
"I won't be throwing fish anywhere."
Theresa May's announcement that the UK will leave the single market in what is widely being seen as a "hard Brexit" has already had an impact on the financial markets.
The pound plunged further against other currencies on Monday ahead of Prime Minister Theresa May's speech outlining the government's plans.
The value of the pound has slumped on fears Prime Minister Theresa May's comments meant Britain would be leaving the EU single market.
The Bank of England has scrapped plans to cut UK interest rates and took a neutral stance as it raised its forecasts for growth and inflation in 2017.
Microsoft is to sharply increase the prices for some of its enterprise software and cloud storage in Britain after the value of the pound plunged.
The weaker pound has led Ryanair to cut its annual profit forecast but it expects to boost market share by selling more tickets at cheaper prices.
A new survey finds British consumers were at their most confident in five years in September, though not in London which mostly voted against Brexit.
While post-Brexit woes are causing the pound to plummet in recent months, innovative Brits have found something better to do with their cash.
The slumping value of the pound has an effect on tourism, foreign workers in the UK, exporters and expats.
The UK's largest supermarket chain Tesco and one its major suppliers, Unilever, have settled a price war on more than a dozen products.
Experts see no end to sterling's fall in value against other currencies due to worries over the effects of the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
The latest UK business surveys seem to show the economy losing steam with company bosses lacking confidence about investment and hiring workers.
The pound suffered a massive temporary loss in value overnight, diving 10 percent against the dollar in just minutes - a so-called flash crash.
The UK's services sector was strong in September adding to doubts about the need for another interest rate cut to cushion the Brexit vote impact.
Britain has introduced its first plastic currency with a new five pound banknote entering circulation featuring World War Two leader Winston Churchill.
Eurotunnel has lowered its profit forecast for 2016 and 2017 because the Brexit vote caused the value of the pound to drop.
Britain's leadership change, with Theresa May taking over from David Cameron, has boosted the value of the pound, but not by much as foreign exchange traders believe it will fall further.
The pound has slumped further in reaction to the UK's vote to leave the European Union, at one stage slipping below $1.28 in trading in Asia. The euro is also weak.
The City of London is bracing itself for big jobs losses if big international firms leave because of Brexit and set up their head offices elsewhere.
As summer gets into full swing its time for British holidaymakers to cash in their pounds for euros and dollars.