An anonymous correspondent (Jan 28) described Mark ‘Mozaz’ Wallis as ‘the most vile person you could meet’. My dealings with him would definitely contradict this.
He was among the first five persons to offer sympathy when my dog had to be put to sleep, in June 1997.
A brief look through my postcard collection brings me to the Labour Party’s slogans, with which they fought the 1945 election campaign. They are reproductions of banners demanding, basically, ‘decent homes for all’, ‘decent jobs for all’ and ‘decent pensions for all’ and I ask myself, who was closer to these ideals, Mozaz or the current bunch of hacks in the Labour (and Lib Dem) party ‘leaderships’?