Daily Mail

Straight to the POINT


■ ARE MPs paid so much to run our country or slag each other off? Don’t bother to answer.

ALAN JACOBS, Biddenham, Beds.

■ PRINCE Harry says: ‘The Army recruits from broken families.’ What an insult to our brave boys and their parents.

M. MACLEOD, High Wycombe, Bucks.

■ IF HARRY was desperate for hugs, he should have become a profession­al footballer.

MIKE HORGAN, Heswall, Wirral.

■ CONGRATULA­TIONS to Jack Grealish on his multi-million-pound football boots contract. But what about his Alice band deal?

DOUG JENNINGS, Mickleton, Glos.

■ THE anti-anti-motorist party will win the General Election.

MICK BRIDGSTOCK, Rushden, Northants.

■ WHAT should Fatboy Slim be called (Letters)? Enormous, gender fluid and wafer thin.

IAN MACDONALD, Billericay, Essex.

■ I BET every bloke in the country is delighted there’s a shortage of salad.

DAVID BRENT, Ashford, Kent.

■ MADE in China (Letters)? My T-shirt has a tag saying: ‘Designed in Britain.’

DAVID EDWARDS, Leighton Buzzard, Beds.

■ IF THAT’S how using a Tesco Clubcard makes you look, count me out.

TONY CASHMORE, Nuneaton, Warks.

■ FASHION designer Stella McCartney’s vegan show in a riding ring was lost on me. I thought she was indicating models are clothes horses.

AUDREY MARTIN, Ferndown, Dorset.

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