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I liken Terry Palmer to Winston Smith

Terry Palmer has once again been subjected to some very personal attacks in the Star’s letters page.

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Arrogance beggars belief

Arrogance beggars belief

Throughout the ongoing deplorable tree-felling massacre Sheffield City Council has displayed a staggering level of ignorance and incompetence regarding the importance of our highway trees, as they seem to have no understanding of the consequences of their actions or why it is so essential to retain them.

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Theresa May

Driving our country into the ground

When will unelected Prime Minister Theresa May and her Tory MPs stop driving our country into the ground? In some ways it feels we are worse off now than in Victorian times. They are intent on destroying all our public services by giving contracts to international companies, some of which have been fined for fraud.

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That surely is a joke

That surely is a joke

A letter published in Friday’s Star described the current Sheffield United team as one of the best in many years.

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SSafa

Interested in joining SSAFA’s volunteers?

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has been providing vital support for our troops, veterans and their families for 131 years; annually, it now supports over 60,000 people.

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Maybe less is more

Maybe less is more

I don’t like to read stories about children being brought up in poverty – it upsets me, as it would anyone with a heart.

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Pork pie

I am also partial to good pork pie

Like Cyril Olsen, (Letters, The Star, February 16, 2017) I am also partial to good pork pie.

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Best pork pies ever

Best pork pies ever

Interesting to read Cyril Olsen’s letter and his take on Konrad Kempa’s Polish but Sheffield made pork pies.

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Suprise suprise

Suprise suprise

I never thought I would write to you, but now find I must. All to do with your letters pages and daily picture.

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Sheffield Old Town Hall.

Isn’t there anything sacrosanct any more?

Many readers concerned with the fate of our Grade 2 listed Central Library have been following the exchanges on the Sheffield Central Library Action Group page on Facebook.

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Defending free speech

Defending free speech

Susan Richardson, in responding to a recent letter of mine, claimed that, while she might not agree with someone’s opinions on a particular subject, she would defend to the death their right to express them.

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Konrad Kempka who owns a butchers shop on Abbeydale Road

These pork pies make my mouth water

As a self confessed pork pie - oholic, whose weight bears this out, I enjoyed reading the recent feature article in The Star about Konrad Kempka who owns a butcher’s shop on Abbeydale Road.

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Irresponsible people

Irresponsible people

I am a senior citizen living in a rented apartment at Dore. I have just read with disgust a story in The Star regarding a £20,000 bill being passed on to householders for a clean-up.

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Tony Fenwick

I have much to thank him for

Being old fashioned, I tend to get my news somewhat late in hard copy.

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Not a true Scotsman

Not a true Scotsman

It is obvious that, despite any tenuous connection with the Scottish First Minister, Ronald Coyne the Cambridge undergraduate who burned a £20 note in front of a homeless person is not Scottish.

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First bus company

Say sorry for this bus service shambles

I agree with correspondent Dean Hopcroft, of Sheffield, S13, with his letter on the current state of X78 bus service between Sheffield Rotherham Doncaster.

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Korean Veterans

Korean Veterans

With reference to a previous request from The Republic of South Korea requesting names of all surviving veterans who served in the Korean campaign I have received many emails, letters, and telephone messages questioning the request but I can assure those in doubt that it is a legitimate request and not a scam.

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NATO

I feel safer relying on NATO

Paul Kenny wrote an interesting letter to the Star, (February 9, 2017), regarding the special relationship between this country and America.

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Grasp the nettle

Grasp the nettle

As Carbrook Hall is a failed pub, cannot not those Civil War replica items it contains - worth little - end up in a new location where they belong, ie The Old Queen’s Head or Bishops House where the late John Brown of the Friends Group wanted them?

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