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IF OUR Hack­ney North and Stoke New­ing­ton Labour MP needs a name for her lat­est fan­ci­ful project, it should be Diane Ab­bott Foun­da­tion Trust — a very pre­cise self-por­trait.

REGI LUTCHMAYA, Lon­don N8. WHEN the his­tory of the last two decades of the 20th cen­tury and the first two of the 21st comes to be writ­ten, it will be ap­par­ent that the sole for­eign poli­cies of the Western democ­ra­cies were shov­el­ling vast amounts of aid to some cor­rupt regimes and bomb­ing the oth­ers.

P. WIL­LIAMS, Manch­ester. WHY will David Cameron not just ad­mit that the peo­ple most likely to com­mit acts of ter­ror­ism on our streets are peo­ple who al­ready live here, not those in tun­nels in Syria?

PHIL NORTH, Brigg, Lincs. ÷ HOW long be­fore mo­bile phone de­pen­dency is de­clared a men­tal ill­ness?

D.J. FOX, Oadby, Le­ics. I’VE just re­ceived my an­nual In­come Tax sum­mary show­ing how my tax was spent, in­clud­ing £63 to ‘over­seas aid’. Should I write to Robert Mu­gabe and ask if his Swiss bank will send me a re­ceipt?

ALAN JAR­RETT, Rochester, Kent. BLACK Fri­day — the last day your bank ac­count was in the black.

KAY SEE­LEY, Har­row, Middx. SHADOW Chan­cel­lor McDon­nell should tell the bloke in beige sit­ting next to him that Chair­man Mao said: ‘War can only be abol­ished through war.’

GARY STRYDON, Lit­tle­hamp­ton, Sus­sex. PLEASE tell newly sin­gle Jen­nifer Lawrence and Kate Beck­in­sale (Mail), I’m free next Tues­day …

STEVE MEDLOW, Bar­ton-on-Sea, Hants.

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