Ron Clayton, (Letters, May 23), takes some of your regular correspondents to task for expressing views which he finds uncongenial.
What else does he think the Letters Page is for if not to allow people to express their opinions on the subjects they choose?
He obviously thinks it is beneath him to provide a response to individual letters with which he happens to disagree.
Instead he tries, conceitedly, to dictate which subjects should be taboo.
I hope that your correspondents will treat his attempt at censorship with the contempt it deserves.