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THE pam­pered lambs of Eng­land’s World Cup squad shouldn’t worry too much about any per­ceived short­com­ings with their Rus­sian ho­tels (Mail). They’ll only be there a few days.

MARTIN BRADLEY, Hamp­ton, Middx.

ON TV, can we have only Eng­land’s games and the big guns? Spare us the or­deal of watch­ing a goal­less draw be­tween Nar­nia and the for­mer Repub­lic of Waz­zock­stan.

MIKE PHELPS, Yeovil, Som­er­set.

A £20,000 sex-change op­er­a­tion on the NHS for a cruel, con­victed mur­derer? I can think of a much cheaper way of do­ing it!

J. FOS­TER, Orm­skirk, Lancs.

WHEN Kate Moss wore a ‘dar­ingly short’ black play­suit, the Mail asked: ‘Sure that look still works at 44?’ My an­swer is yes.

FRANK SKORROW, Hoy­land, Barns­ley, S. Yorks.

WE NEED some­one like Princess Anne to ne­go­ti­ate Brexit. Any nonsense from Brussels and she would sim­ply tell them to naff orrf.

PETER BALL, Lon­don W6.

WHAT a good sug­ges­tion. Ban pil­lion pas­sen­gers on scoot­ers. And bal­a­clavas.

T. C. THOMP­SON, York.

A TIP to Net­work Rail boss Mark Carne when he col­lects his CBE at the Palace: don’t rely on a train to get you there.

ROD MITCHELL, Sud­bury, Suf­folk.

WHAT bad luck for the cap­tain of the Costa Con­cor­dia that he was Ital­ian. If he was Bri­tish, he would have got a gong, com­pen­sa­tion and a fat pen­sion.

U. GING, Low­est­oft, Suf­folk.

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