Scottish Daily Mail

Straight to the POINT


POOR old Jeremy Corbyn reminds me of those Miss World contestant­s who wish for ‘everybody to have health, wealth and happiness and world peace’. Sounds great, but it won’t happen.

A. STILL, Ilford, Essex. BENNY HILL’S show was removed from our TV screens in 1989 for being ‘too bawdy’. Now, an individual looking at a stranger’s private parts meets with the censor’s approval. What next?

BOB WOODLAND, Poole, Dorset. THE claim that millions go to work with flu (Mail) is surely wrong. Those who go to work probably have a cold, not flu. If they had real flu, they wouldn’t be able to get out of bed.

DAVID LEVY, London N3. BREXIT is the biggest change our country has faced since World War II. If Theresa May needs more time to reach the right decisions, she should have it. SIMON R. GLADDISH, Swansea. HAVING watched the Trump v Clinton battle for the White House, my sympathy is with our gracious Queen who will have to meet one of them. TONY MONCKTON, Paddock Wood, Kent.

THE British Empire was achieved through exploratio­n, warfare and colonial organisati­on. Modern China, on the other hand, is in the position just to purchase one. A. MCMILLAN, Glasgow. YOU don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out how to control immigratio­n. Stop benefits and free NHS treatment for non-British people and only a few will stay. FLORIANO DA SILVA, Woking, Surrey. THE receptioni­st at my GP surgery has a calendar advertisin­g a local undertaker­s. When I asked about it, she said: ‘Well, it certainly raises a few comments.’ D. W. G. HANNS, Fareham, Hants.

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