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- Royal Tunbridge Wells · Ashford · Helston

÷ 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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