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Letters: Bryan Brunswick, March 28, 2017

Recent news reports are highlighting the council’s questionable funding for the Guildhall, and its plans for a major contribution alongside the very large bids to the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Arts Council, should those be successful.

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Local Election May 2011

Charles Joyce

Letters: Charles Joyce, March 31, 2017

Perhaps I could clarify any doubt regarding my leaving the Labour Group at the borough council and my insistence that I would not be standing in the forthcoming county council elections in South Lynn.

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Letters: Michael Stone, March 31, 2017

I read Mr Larcey’s letter of March 17, and his analysis of the referendum is quite laughable.

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Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech at the Burston Strike Rally.

Letters: Mike Larcey, March 31, 2017

There is no doubt that the economic policy of the past seven years has been to bleed the nation dry for the benefit of a few. How else can one explain the rationale behind the budget announcement. The message from Hammond was ‘if you are rich, fill your boots.’

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Sausage contest trophy - The Moorings. Commercial Road, Spalding,
John Hayes MP announces the winners

Letters: Richard English, March 28, 2017

Whatever happened to the great British banger?

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Flytipping at the entrance to Flag Fen at Fengate.

Letters: Richard JC English, March 24, 2017

Regarding the problem with fly tipping (Lynn News, March 3) the solution is obvious. We lived in Germany during the late 1960s.

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Daffodils in bloom at the base of Lynn's Red Mount.

Letters: Richard Humphries, March 24, 2017

On a recent visit to Lynn we took our four-year old grandson to have a run-around at The Walks.

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Views of the Palace of Westminster - the Houses of Parliament.

The House of Lords has always been an unelected body but this was hardly deemed a problem over past decades by the mainstream political establishment when it came to overturning or thwarting any possible threat of left wing legislation which has always been its ultimate purpose albeit dressed up as an revisionist body for the elected Commons.

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Conservative MP Caroline Ansell chats to Syrian mother Samar* and her two month-old daughter Nahla*, inside Save the Children's Child Friendly Space during a visit to the Kara Tepe refugee camp on Lesvos, Greece.

Letters: Sheila Shimmin, March 24, 2017

Copy of letter sent to MPs Sir Henry Bellingham and Liz Truss: I am writing to express my deep sorrow and anger at the government’s attitude towards child refugees.

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Congham Hall Hotel - Congham

Letters; Norman Grief, March 24, 2017

Residents of Congham, Grimston and Roydon, are you countryside lovers? If so, wake up as are about to have something that resembles an upmarket Butlins holiday camp on your doorstep. That is if plans that bave been sent through to the borough council by Congham Hall Hotel are approved.

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EU flag

Malcolm Cox really needs to do some research before he writes about a job I’ve spent most of my life doing.

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Lynn News Reader picture

Letters: Anne Salway, March 24, 2017

I am amazed at what happened to me and my family this week at Lynn recycling centre.

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Visitors Guide - Dersingham.

Letters: Dick Melton, March 24, 2017

In a report in the Lynn News (March 17), it says that the village of Dersingham came ninth out of 20 in a Sunday times list of the top villages in the country.

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File photo dated 17/1/2017 of Theresa May, who is facing renewed calls from business leaders to ensure the greatest possible access to the European single market after Brexit. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday January 25, 2017. A survey by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) found almost a third of its members involved in exporting feared their overseas sales would fall as a result of the decision to leave the EU. See PA story INDUSTRY Brexit. Photo credit should read: Facundo Arrizabalaga/PA Wire

Letters: Iain Christie, March 21, 2017

As the approach of Brexit shortens I find it increasingly fascinating to witness the pre-eminence of “self-interest” over co-operation in the strategic impulses of the “Brexiteer brain”.

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File photo dated 17/04/12 of former Prime Minister Tony Blair who has warned that allowing the enduring controversy over the decision to invade Iraq in 2003 to hold back military intervention in Syria could help produce a "nightmare scenario" for the West in the Middle East. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday August 27, 2013. The ex-prime minister who took the decision for British troops to join the US-led action, who is now the Middle East peace envoy for the US, Russia, the EU and the United Nations, said it was vital to "take sides" against the Assad regime and in other regional disputes. See PA story POLITICS Syria Blair. Photo credit should read: Chris Jackson/PA Wire

Letters: Lloyd Diggines, March 21, 2017

My friends and I all had a good laugh over Malcolm Cox calling me a misogynist, because anyone who knows me will tell you that I am the exact opposite.

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Letters: Malcolm Cox, March 21, 2017

Letters: Malcolm Cox, March 21, 2017

I am happy to respond to J Prendergast (Lynn News, February 24).

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Letters: Lesley Heade, March 21, 2017

Can I commend the decision by the Princess Theatre, Hunstanton, to partake in the live streaming of National Theatre productions.

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King's Lynn Soroptimists activities for International Women's Day Vancouver Quarter King's Lynn, collecting  pre-loved bras and old jewellery
Members LtoR, Kim Bramham, Sue Renwick, Mary Plant

Letters: Sue Renwick, March 17, 2017

Soroptimist International of Lynn celebrated International Women’s Day by collecting pre-loved bras and costume jewellery at a shop in the Vancouver Centre.

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The New Roundabout at Heacham, which is now open to traffic, the A149 Coast Road runs along the coast from King's Lynn to Cromer

Letters: Anne Milner, March 17, 2017

I live in Hunstanton Road, Heacham which has been closed for six months for the roundabout to be built.

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Resident Traline Moore of Linford petitioning against a lamppost which has been put up on the estate outside number 32 Linford, Clenchwarton.

Letters: Marjorie Bocking, March 17, 2017

I feel I must write to you about the article regarding the siting of a street light on Linford Estate, Clenchwarton (Lynn News, March 10).

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