May sur­vives af­ter los­ing her John­son

The Guardian - Journal - - Letters -

On Mon­day a moun­te­bank, a man with no ob­vi­ous qual­i­fi­ca­tion for pub­lic of­fice, re­signed (Re­port, 10 July). Yes­ter­day, a man of de­cency and hon­our died. He also re­signed. Both were for­eign sec­re­tary – but only one of them is de­serv­ing of re­spect. RIP Peter Car­ring­ton.

Lawrence Fry


Has May lost her John­son but found her balls?

Alan Couch­man

Dou­glas, Co Cork, Ire­land

Now he’s job­less, Boris is free to show us a real man of prin­ci­ple by ful­fill­ing his prom­ise to lie down in front of those third-run­way bull­doz­ers.

Wilf Hart­ley

Northaller­ton, North York­shire

“O tem­pora, O mores” (Let­ters, 9 July).

Anne Brooks

Harpen­den, Hert­ford­shire

With parched lawns and hosepipe bans loom­ing, I find it ex­tra­or­di­nary the Met Of­fice says there is “an in­creased risk” of rain (Re­port, 10 July).

Nicky Ford

Guild­ford, Sur­rey

It’s sur­pris­ing no men­tion has been made (Let­ters, pas­sim) of one­hit won­ders Mor­ris Mi­nor and the Ma­jors, whose Stut­ter Rap reached No 4 in the chart in 1988. The band mem­bers’ stage names were Mor­ris Mi­nor, Rusty Wing and Phil Er­rup.

Adrian Brod­kin


The old adage was that to­day’s news­pa­pers are to­mor­row’s fish and chip wrap­pers. What is the equiv­a­lent for the dig­i­tal age?

John Richard­son

South Cave, East York­shire

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