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Great tea de­bate

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ThE TV com­pa­nies are wran­gling over whether the Brexit de­bate should be staged on the same evening as Strictly or I’m A Celebrity. They should take heed of the re­search that peo­ple stop watch­ing im­me­di­ately af­ter the end of a pop­u­lar TV show.

The Na­tional grid knows this, and en­sures sup­plies are in­creased at half-time dur­ing the FA Cup Fi­nal when the na­tion puts the ket­tle on.

No one would want their con­ver­sa­tion about the qual­ity of the con­tes­tants who have sur­vived the vote on Strictly or I’m A Celebrity to be in­ter­rupted by a Brexit de­bate!

PHIL TROTMAN, Bris­tol. hoW could any­one con­sider vot­ing for Jeremy Cor­byn when he gives more im­por­tance to I’m A Celebrity than the Brexit de­bate? A. STOTEN, Bex­hill-on-Sea, E. Sus­sex. WhY don’t we have a ref­er­en­dum to de­cide which TV chan­nel should host the de­bate be­tween Theresa May and Jeremy Cor­byn?

JOHN WHAPSHOTT, West­bury, Wilts. hoW can we have any con­fi­dence in the gov­ern­ment and op­po­si­tion in se­cur­ing a sat­is­fac­tory re­sult in ne­go­ti­a­tions with the Eu when they are in­ca­pable of even ne­go­ti­at­ing a TV de­bate? T. W. JAQUES, Lon­don.

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