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÷ THE CPS has un­til 31/5/17 to choose whether or not to pros­e­cute the Tories for the Bat­tle Bus af­fair — the end of May. ALAN DIGNAN, Worthen, Shrop­shire. ÷ MERTON Coun­cil in­tends to charge diesel driv­ers £150 a year ex­tra for a res­i­dent’s park­ing per­mit — but a parked diesel car emits no fumes what­so­ever. BARRY ELLSON, Welling­bor­ough, Northants. ÷ NOW we’ve got driver­less cars, I can’t wait for rid­er­less bi­cy­cles. DAVE FREE­MAN, En­field, Middx. ÷ THIS stuff about fake news (Mail) — is it true? BEN HIGGS, Had­den­ham, Bucks. ÷ AF­TER 20 years of not be­ing the Duke of York’s wife, surely Sarah Ferguson shouldn’t still be known as the Duchess of York. Mrs P. BOON, Bog­nor Regis, Sus­sex. ÷ WHY doesn’t Har­riet Har­man turn Tory if she thinks women have it eas­ier in that party? DAVID STUCKEY, Steve­nage, Herts. ÷ THE trou­ble with build­ing a ‘Royal Yacht Brex­i­tan­nia’ is that the Gov­ern­ment would place the or­der with an EU ship­yard. ALAN N. SIMS, New­port Pag­nell, Bucks. ÷ CNN re­ported that a ‘trou­bled per­son’ was caught near the en­trance of the White House. Didn’t they recog­nise Don­ald Trump? PA­TRI­CIA MEAD, Hayle, Corn­wall. ÷ IT’S not Brexit and it’s not divorce (Mail) — it’s con­scious un­cou­pling. R. McGAHAN, Sun­der­land.

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