Straight to the POINT

Scottish Daily Mail - - Freeview Primetime Planner -

NOTH­ING is free in a man­i­festo: it’s just po­lit­i­cal par­ties telling us how they are go­ing to spend our money.

GERRY DOYLE, Liver­pool.

FREE broad­band for all and a pink uni­corn for ev­ery child un­der ten!

ROBERT KNOWLES, Nor­wich, Nor­folk.

LABOUR is promis­ing that we’ll all get fast fi­bre. How will All-Bran im­prove my in­ter­net con­nec­tion?

DAVID STUCKEY, Steve­nage, Herts.

IMAG­INE call­ing the broad­band helpdesk and get­ting this mes­sage: ‘There is no one to help you as we are all on a four-day week. Call back next Tues­day to speak to a com­rade.’

ROBERT PITT, Barry, Vale of Glam­or­gan.

WHEN my son gets a call from a scam­mer, he asks for their name and ad­dress so he can re­port the ‘ac­ci­dent’ they have caused by call­ing him when he is driv­ing (of course, he’s not). They quickly ring off.

P. SMITH, Brent­wood, Es­sex.

I CAN’T be­lieve that a man has 100 vac­uum clean­ers (Mail). I got rid of mine be­cause it was only gath­er­ing dust.

BOB PHILLIPS, Southamp­ton.

EV­ERY time I see Ex­tinc­tion Re­bel­lion pro­test­ers danc­ing in the street, I feel a sud­den urge to rush out and buy a plas­tic bag.

MARY KERR, Gir­van, Ayr­shire

I HOPE Boris John­son han­dles the Brexit ne­go­ti­a­tions bet­ter than he han­dles a mop.

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