Daily Mail

Straight to the POINT


■ I CAN see the fascinatio­n that children, and some adults, have for Peppa Pig. But what about Pinky And Perky?

CHERYL MAY, Freshwater, Isle of Wight.

■ I WISH my only problem was wondering which tiara to wear.

VAL LAWRENSON, Littleboro­ugh, Gtr Manchester.

■ WHO would want to use a super-wide cycle lane next to lorries, cars and buses spewing out toxins? It must do wonders for your lungs.

A. McGRATH, Wallingfor­d, Oxon.

■ CHEAT the system out of £100,000 and pay it back at £11 a month (Mail). That’s better than any savings account rate.

KEITH JEFFERY, Chatham, Kent.

■ IF THE greeting ‘ladies and gentlemen’ is unacceptab­le, Dixon of Dock Green was years ahead of his time with ‘Evenin’ all!’

JOHN T. SMITH, Hartlepool, Co. Durham.

■ COLLIE’S spotted on a market stall (Letters) are to help the owner round up his price’s.

IAN MacDONALD, Billericay, Essex.

■ A MINISTER for Common Sense would mean we could get rid of the rest of the Cabinet. I nominate Richard Littlejohn for the job.

KATHY TYRRELL, Kettering, Northants.

■ HOW can we claim to live in a democracy when politician­s are blocked in their desire to change the law by one MP shouting ‘Object’?

WILLIAM THORNE, Ilkley, W. Yorks.

■ I’M A Celebrity . . . Get Me Out Of Here! has gone down a storm.

VINCENT HEFTER, Richmond, South-West London.

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