"When I was a kid, you were racist without knowing it. It was just the normal thing to use certain words you wouldn't use now. Along the way we suddenly realised how it would make the people you were talking about feel," said Paul McCartney
"I was depressed at the time, yeah. You would be. You would be too. I was breaking from my lifelong friends, not knowing whether I was going to continue in music. I took to the bevvies. I took to a wee dram," said Paul McCartney
"I'm so sad to hear the news of the passing of dear George Martin. I have so many wonderful memories of this great man that will be with me forever. He was a true gentleman and like a second father to me. He guided the career of The Beatles with such skill and good humour that he became a true friend to me and my family"
Sir Paul was trying to enter Tyga's party in Los Angeles after the Grammy Awards on Monday night when a bouncer insisted that he was not on the guest list. Clearly unaccustomed to such indignities, Sir Paul sounded dumbfounded. He was accompanied by alternative rock icon Beck