Straight to the POINT
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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