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Brexit by Ian Andrews
Dear Editor: This would seem to be an appropriate moment to remind the Prime Minister and her Brexiteers of the promises and assurances they gave the country to influence people’s opinion at the referendum. The ones that were writ so large as to...read more >>
MAR-07-2017  Viewed(52)    Comment
The Great British Storm Damage Rip by Normann Řen
Dear Editor: After the storms of a few weeks ago so the "Great British Storm Damage Rip Off" starts. My house unfortunately was hit by 70 mile an hour winds which ripped off a few ridge and ordinary tiles. After asking for quotes from various...read more >>
MAR-07-2017  Viewed(54)    Comment
Media must dig deeper by Fiona Hamilton
Dear Editor: We may be teetering on the edge of the last verifiable truths of our age, as experienced countries around the globe begin to warn the citizens of the U.S. of their own historical slides into dictatorship. The early signs of the erosion...read more >>
MAR-13-2017  Viewed(22)    Comment
Proposed free selective schools by Jane Kiel
Dear Editor: As well as arranging transport to free selective schools, the government would need to pay for tuition for many of these primary school children if they are to compete for places against a very determined middle class who send their...read more >>
MAR-06-2017  Viewed(36)    Comment
Front page on Monday 6th March by Ann Kitts
Dear Editor: As a long time reader I felt I had to comment on today's front page. Susanna Reid!!! As my teacher used to "can do better" Of all the news we are treated to half page picture ....read more >>
MAR-06-2017  Viewed(23)    Comment
Together but Separate by Kate Davies
Dear Editor: Maggie Hammersley asks how to address a Christmas card to a widowed or divorced woman and her partner. I have resolved this by addressing the envelope to the woman's first name and the full name of her partner....read more >>
MAR-06-2017  Viewed(11)    Comment
Kaspar Holten, opera and wine by Clare McCann
Dear Editor: I would have taken the outgoing Director of the Royal Opera's comments on the British view of opera seriously if he had not drawn a parallel to the nation's taste in wine, Britain has had a long association and appreciation of...read more >>
MAR-05-2017  Viewed(42)    Comment
The Chancellor and fiscal prudence. by Alan Carter
Dear Editor: The Chancellor's pre-budget statement appears to preclude more expense to avoid more borrowing. He clearly misses the public mood - where I believe a tax increase to fund the genuine needs of health and social care would be broadly...read more >>
MAR-12-2017  Viewed(10)    Comment
Disabality Benefits by Alex Allardice
Dear Editor: Sir, Some years ago, a woman accosted me with the very aggressively toned, 'I saw you stand up!' as I did my shopping! As usual, I was using my wheelchair to get around. As I explained 'Yes, I can stand, I can even walk, but my...read more >>
MAR-05-2017  Viewed(14)    Comment
Campylobacter by Dr Brian W Darvell
Dear Editor: I am puzzled by the continuing difficulties associated with supermarket chicken contamination. It is clearly nonsensical to have potentially contaminated packs on open shelves, handled by staff and the public, and an inconsistent (at...read more >>
MAR-04-2017  Viewed(57)    Comment
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