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PRE­SUM­ABLY Jon Snow doesn’t watch Mid­somer Mur­ders.

NOR­MAN SAUN­DERS, Ep­ping, Es­sex.

I WAVED one of the up­side-down Union Flags out­side Par­lia­ment (Let­ters) — as a sig­nal of dis­tress over the be­trayal of Brexit.

Mrs DENISE SIMP­SON, Hor­sham, W. Sus­sex.

LARRY the Down­ing Street cat should be re­named Brexit be­cause he keeps go­ing to the door to be let out, but when it’s opened for him he re­fuses to leave.

LYN­DON HER­RING, Ash­bourne, Der­bys.

MY LOONEY Tunes anti-Brexit song med­ley (Let­ters) would in­clude Stay, Come To­gether and Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off.

DAVID GRA­HAM, Heck­mond­wike, W. Yorks.

IF YOU laid all the MPs in a row head to feet, they wouldn’t reach a de­ci­sion.

STU­ART EDGE, Nor­wich.

WHICH will fin­ish first: Brexit ne­go­ti­a­tions or the DFS sale?

BARRY S. SMITH, Prestatyn, Den­bighshire.

A FIT­TING tribute to Jimmy Greaves would be a bronze statue at the main en­trance of Tot­ten­ham’s new sta­dium.

STEPHEN SONNEX, Wor­thing, W. Sus­sex.

THREE cheers for Neil Warnock, man­ager of Cardiff City, for de­scrib­ing ref­er­ees as ro­bots. His view will be shared by footie fans, but the author­i­ties won’t change any­thing.

JOHN CROSS, Lit­tle Clac­ton, Es­sex.

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