I have a brother-in-law who lives in Spain.

One thing is undeniable. If we are going to continue to have support for migration, we need to be able to control the numbers.

I love my parents in the way most children would: for having been there at every point in my youth and childhood, ready to pick me up when I fell and support me when I stumbled.

I won't criticise anyone else's statements, and the public will make up their own minds. And if the public think that any side or any individual has strayed too far away from what's expected of public representatives, then they'll make that judgement.

Barack Obama would never accept a court in Mexico decreeing what the law in the United States would be.

Whether we vote to leave or remain, there are risks to our future; there are challenges in the global economy.

We have the opportunity not just to choose our job or profession, but also to choose the sort of life we want to live and the imprint we will leave on others.

There are great things that Britain can do in the future as a progressive beacon. By voting Leave, we have that opportunity.

In this fallen world, I suspect we will never achieve perfection. But that won't stop me trying.

As long as there are people in education making excuses for failure, cursing future generations with a culture of low expectations, denying children access to the best that has been thought and written, because Nemo and the Mister Men are more relevant, the battle needs to be joined.

The accumulation of cultural capital - the acquisition of knowledge - is the key to social mobility.

One of the reasons why Australia and Canada have support for migration is because they control the numbers.

The common fisheries policy essentially gave other European Union nations unfettered access to our fish stocks and - I would hope - that if we leave the European Union, we can once more see the ports of Peterborough and Fraserhead and Grimsby flourishing, because we will take back control of our territorial waters.

Learning a foreign language, and the culture that goes with it, is one of the most useful things we can do to broaden the empathy and imaginative sympathy and cultural outlook of children.

What I think is wrong is spending £9m of taxpayers' money on one particular piece of one-sided propaganda.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the Conservative cabinet was called Hotel Cecil.

Our security and sovereignty stand together.

Good schools should be left alone.

I think overall our national security is strengthened if we are able to make the decisions that we need and the alliances that we believe in outside the current structures of the European Union.

Children themselves know they are being cheated. Ultimately we owe it to our children. They are in school for 190 days a year. Every moment they spend learning is precious. If a year goes by and they are not being stretched and excited, that blights their life.

A lot of schools benefit from parents who are first- or second-generation immigrants, who expect the best for their children.

Well I've been crystal clear that we should not have schools which are set up by extremists whether they're Christian fundamentalists, Islamic fundamentalists or any other sort of outrageous and beyond the pale organization.

Ed Balls keeps saying that we are committed to scrapping the EMA. I have never said this. We won't.

I'm not asking the public to trust me; I'm asking the public to trust themselves.

The decision to trigger Article 50 is in the hands of the next prime minister. If that is me, I will make a judgement as to when is right for Britain, and I won't be hurried or hassled by anyone into pressing that button or triggering that article until I believe it is right for this country.

The majority people in this country are suffering because of our membership of the E.U.

I wanted to put the national interest before my personal interests.

I want people to be the authors of their own life story.

I think, instead of the pessimism of the Remain campaign, we have an opportunity to think of the next generation. If we have faith in their talent, in their generosity, in their hard work, we can, if we leave the E.U., ensure the next generation makes this country once more truly great.

The economic basis on which Nicola Sturgeon and the Scottish nationalists made the case for separation was based on an oil price much higher than it is at the moment, so there will be no case for it.

I believed and hoped that we would be able to secure a deal with Europe which would enable us to amend free movement.

People should vote for democracy, and Britain should vote for hope.

Life would have been easier for me if I had taken the path of least resistance.

Unfortunately, the real achievements of children on the ground became debased and devalued because Labor education secretaries sounded like Soviet commissars praising the tractor production figures when we know that those exams were not the rock-solid measures of achievement that children deserve.

I think it's appropriate that we simplify, clarify and strengthen, so instead of this nebulousness, we have clarity and authority invested in teachers once more.

Too many people go to university.

The single most important thing in a child's performance is the quality of the teacher. Making sure a child spends the maximum amount of time with inspirational teachers is the most important thing.

When we vote to leave, I think a majority of people in Scotland will also vote to leave as well.

You come home to find your 17-year-old daughter engrossed in a book. Which would delight you more - if it were 'Twilight' or 'Middlemarch?'

You wouldn't tolerate an underperforming surgeon in an operating theatre, or a underperforming midwife at your child's birth. Why is it that we tolerate underperforming teachers in the classroom?

Teachers themselves know if there's a colleague who can't keep control or keep the interest of their class, it affects the whole school.

I just think it is entirely normal for the United Kingdom to be an independent nation state.

Making promises and then saddling yourself with a political system and a political union that means that you cannot deliver those promises, I fear, doesn't contribute to an atmosphere of trust and confidence in politics.

There are all sorts of people who will say disobliging things about me. I don't mind that. I would rather people said, 'This is a man that sticks to his principles, not a man who's worried about popularity.'

I think the people in this country have had enough of experts with organisations from acronyms saying that they know what is best and getting it consistently wrong.

It's critical that children spend time before they arrive in school in a warm, attractive and inclusive environment, where they can learn through play, master social skills and prepare for formal schooling.

In my view, our immigration policy means that we have some people who can come into this country - who we might want to say no to - and others, who we might want to attract, who can't currently come in.

Hanging may seem barbarous, but the greater barbarity lies in the slow abandonment of our common law traditions.

The First World War may have been a uniquely horrific war, but it was also plainly a just war.