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letters page

n (Press) → Leserbriefseite f
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I have read and heard some dreadful comments as to the Europhile thoughts about Eurosceptics and Leave voters but this one is the lowest to date and it is a disgrace to the good name of the Express & Star that such content of a letter should make it to the letters page.
People like me, S T Vaughan, Barbara Dunn and Bob Betteridge who write about things of interest for your letters page at least put our names to our views.
IN Thursday's letters page of the Daily Post Mr Brian Christley of Abergele accused Mr John Davies of Dinbych of trying to censor free speech in our country in response to his latest letter regarding Brexit.
The Letters Page Filling your page with others' advice Writing something witty, bad or nice Moaning, groaning, your point of view On the letters page it is nothing new.
Ms C I am an avid reader of the letters page. I actually love reading the letters page, which for me is the highlight of The Gazette.
Of all the writing on the letters page, the only thing that wasn't as hard to read was your answer to that letter.
I am not a scientist, but it is clear from your letters page that your regular anthropogenic global warming (AGW) "sceptics" do not understand the science of climate change.
Your letters page included criticisms of inadequate toilet facilities at the new New Street station and the lack of a Tourist Information Office for visitors to Birmingham.
I do get a copy of the Mail and Mercury on occasions and am glad that Syd Vaughan is still airing his comments on a regular basis - a real stalwart to your letters page.
Having senior Cardiff Labour politicians fighting in the Echo letters page over where to site a new school is embarrassing and it is clear, for all of our sakes, that it is time to make a final decision so that families can get on with their lives.
On the Letters page Martin Pearson advocates building the Severn Barrage and points out that it wouldn't matter a great deal whether imperial or metric units were used, a point already made by several correspondents.
Please may we have a letters page in the racing section, as these were always enjoyable to read and often highlighted profitable systems that readers have used.