Saturdays Telegraph (15th) . The photograph and caption are in fact to do with a retired member of the Royal Air Force, not the Army. The clues are the flag, tie, cap badge and the badge on his blazer. It would be gratifying if your...read more >>/font>
Sir, The news of the recent United Airlines’ treatment of one of their passengers by the airline police reverberated around the world in the form of outrage, especially in the light of the feeble defensive statement made by its CEO....read more >>/font>
Can anyone tell me what the rate of tax will be for this current tax year if a non-tax payer receives more than £1000 interest ' I have searched several web sites including HMRC and there does not appear to be any answer....read more >>/font>
Dear Editor:I see Church of England and Catholic Churches set up out reach in the community to feed and clothe those less fortunate whatever their religion. Is 'charity' something that is not practiced in other faiths' I have never seen anything...read more >>/font>
We have just returned from Muscat, Oman on a BA flight. As promised we received a snack one hour before landing at Heathrow at 1pm.
As an example of healthy eating, the snack box contained a packet of crisps, a packet of popcorn and a packet...read more >>/font>
Dear Editor: Sir, I have recently received a letter from my bank -Lloyds/TSB stating that my local branch is to close. This follows on from the letter advising me that the branch in my nearest village was to close - leaving me with the option of...read more >>/font>
I've just finished Bill Bryson's latest book 'The Road to Little Dribbling' which I would recommend is made compulsory reading for
all Government ministers. On a constitutional note, could Bill Bryson (an American by birth) become...read more >>/font>
The rational for the referendum that is now proposed by the First Minister is entirely different from that of the referendum held two years six months ago.
The 2014 referendum was held when the SNP, as a principle, wanted...read more >>/font>
In the 1980s , as head of the Norther Ireland Civil Service, I hosted a lunch at Stormont for a visiting South Korean ambassador. To my surprise he said " I know next Saturday 1s your birthday. You may not know it was also the...read more >>/font>
What a sad reflection on our leadership when Teresa May lacks support and the Chancellor who would be better employed sitting with the Liberals continues his derision and sneering of the Foreign Secretary with his Efforts...read more >>/font>
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