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- Sudbury · Cardi B · Dominic Cummings · Nicola Sturgeon · Elizabeth Hurley · Royal Tunbridge Wells · Bath · Torpoint · Bernard Matthews

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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