Straight to the POINT
÷ IF SHE objects to the police pursuing them and knocking them off their mopeds, would Diane Abbott like to give us her solution to these street criminals?
GRAHAM WATSON, Upminster, Essex.
÷ ALLOW the French to fish in our waters after Brexit? Surely it’s got to be a red herring that cannot be crossed.
BARRY LAZENBURY, Yate, Glos.
÷ AT LAST the activities of the 118 scammers will be curtailed (Mail). I rang up for a number and was charged £14, only to get a message that the line no longer exists.
Mrs PAT TYLER, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire.
÷ IT’S not just travel and household bills where singles are short changed. Have you seen a dine-in-for-one supermarket deal? ÷ WOMXN? Lxdies.
R. ADBY, Caversham, Berks.
÷ I’M NOT surprised Antonia Hoyle’s children turned up their noses at her week-old pickled onions (Femail). They were still raw! I pickle mine in October to be ready for Christmas.
CAROLE LEE, Mytchett, Surrey. MARTIN HOOK, Ashford, Kent.
÷ ON A matter as vital as Brexit, MPs should be obliged to follow the wishes of the majority of their constituents. If this goes against their personal views, so be it.
RON BURDEKIN, Helston, Cornwall.
÷ DID the delegates at the COP 24 Climate Change Conference fly to Poland in private jets to stay in five-star hotels?
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