Will of­fen­sive slo­gan be taken off web­site?

Gloucestershire Echo - - LETTERS & OPINION -

✒ PHILIP Cole, Chair­man of Chel­tenham for Europe, is quite right to de­plore the ‘vir­u­lent lan­guage used by Boris John­son and At­tor­ney Gen­eral Ge­of­frey Cox in the House of Com­mons’ and to re­mind us that Am­ber Rudd, ex­tory MP and cabi­net min­is­ter, has warned that such ag­gres­sive rhetoric could in­cite vi­o­lence against op­po­nents (Let­ters, Oc­to­ber 3).

I am, there­fore, sure that it is no more than an over­sight on Mr Cole’s part that an of­fen­sive, ag­gres­sive and in­sult­ing slo­gan ap­pears on Chel­tenham for Europe’s web­site.

I am con­fi­dent that, rather than risk in­cit­ing vi­o­lence against Leave sup­port­ers in Chel­tenham, he will see to it that the slo­gan is re­moved forth­with. Michael James Chel­tenham

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