Straight to the POINT
GOOD news for commuters: the money from fare rises that no one is going to pay will be re-invested in the rail network.
ROD MITCHELL, Sudbury, Suffolk. I AM broad-minded, but I couldn’t believe the lyrics of the Cardi B song WAP when I overheard my 13-year-old granddaughter sing along to this chart hit. It should be banned.
EVELYN EVANS, Bath. PHONE conversation from the Prime Minister to Dominic Cummings: ‘Hi Dom, which building site am I attending tomorrow in full high-viz and a safety helmet? Oh, and what will I rabbit on about? Shall I just repeat what Nicola Sturgeon stated yesterday?’
ADRIAN BOLTON, Redditch, Worcs. THE BBC’s mission to inform, educate and entertain has become to censor, indoctrinate and bore to tears.
DAVID FARNSWORTH, York. WHEN my elderly mother was discharged from Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, she was given a bag of groceries, courtesy of the funds raised by Captain Sir Tom Moore.
DAWN WELNER, Torpoint, Cornwall. ROYAL ASCOT wants to axe patriotic tunes from its singalong (Mail). When I was there last year, a group of Germans belted out Rule, Britannia and punched the air with gusto!
ANN LEE, Evesham, Worcs. WAS there anyone other than Bernard Matthews who could name three films Elizabeth Hurley appeared in?
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