Our latest postbag contained readers' letters about a variety of topical issues.
Here's a taster of some of the most recent letters readers have sent us. To read any of the letters in full click on the link...
Ron Clayton, (Letters, September 12), disputes my claim that the Crimean War was “one of the darkest episodes in European history” and suggests that the First and Second World Wars outdid it in terms of human suffering.
True but, as their name suggests, those wars were not confined to European protagonists.
I still can’t get my head around so-called intelligent MPs and the UK public who are letting in hundreds and thousands of economic invaders into this country, most with no passports or any other form of ID and have not been subjected to any form of vetting.
Does illegal still mean against he law or have we changed it to suit?
For decades I have heard the parrot squawk that the socialists will take us back to the 70s, even after the 2008 banking crisis demonstrated that we were always in far more danger of being taken back to the 1930s by the capitalists – and we still are. The latest parrot to squawk this is London mayor, Boris Johnson.
Listening to Tories, you would think there was nothing wrong with the capitalism they worship which has caused economic havoc in the world.
GT, (September 2), may I remind you it was the Tories who caused industrial unrest when Edward Heath brought in the Industrial Relations Act in 1970.
It was scrapped when Labour returned to power four years later.
Cars that are parked irresponsibly on pavements can cause a potentially dangerous obstruction for pedestrians as it can force them onto the road and into the path of vehicles.
I thought we had said goodbye to the Milibands with Ed getting blown away by Cameron and Dave going to live in America.
Today I see Dave’s surfaced as president of the International Rescue for Refugees, this is akin to putting the fox in charge of the hen house with his part in the open borders fiasco.
I heard on the news about the care commission saying it’s patronising to call people in care homes “love” or any such affectionate names.
Least we forget, I raise a glass to our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth II for becoming our longest living/serving monarch.
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