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Letter: Catherine Rowett MEP August 27, 2019

Letter: Catherine Rowett MEP August 27, 2019

Letter: Catherine Rowett MEP August 27, 2019

27 August 2019

It seems the Government is beginning to realise that spending billions of pounds on the high speed rail folly that is HS2 might not be a good idea.


Letter: Martin Clunes August 27, 2019

Letter: Martin Clunes August 27, 2019

Letter: Martin Clunes August 27, 2019

27 August 2019

I am thrilled that Macmillan Cancer Support’s World Biggest Coffee Morning event is fast approaching.


Letter: Charlie Jones August 23, 2019

Letter: Charlie Jones August 23, 2019

Letter: Charlie Jones August 23, 2019

23 August 2019

Next month I’m planning to run 5K every day to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Challenge 2019.


Letter: Edward Wheatley August 23, 2019

Letter: Edward Wheatley August 23, 2019

Letter: Edward Wheatley August 23, 2019

23 August 2019

For me the Fairstead situation is a microcosm of what will happen if the Tories get their desire and privatise the whole National Health Service.


Letter: Steve Mackinder August 23, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder August 23, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder August 23, 2019

23 August 2019

The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) is to look into the increasing and potentially illegal use of facial recognition cameras in public places

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Letter: David Fleming August 20

Letter: David Fleming August 20

Letter: David Fleming August 20

20 August 2019

The Labour Party has called for a review of grouse shooting saying it damages important natural habitats.

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Letter: Martin Temple August 20, 2019

Letter: Martin Temple August 20, 2019

Letter: Martin Temple August 20, 2019

20 August 2019

I was prompted to write this letter after reviewing the recently released statistics on fatalities in the workplace.


Letter: Mike Larcey August 16, 2019

Letter: Mike Larcey August 16, 2019

Letter: Mike Larcey August 16, 2019

16 August 2019

During the referendum, those who clamoured to leave the EU claimed that they were struggling to regain independence from the European Union.

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Letter: Steve Mackinder August 16, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder August 16, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder August 16, 2019

16 August 2019

Mr Nick Vinehill says he believes in democracy.


Letter: Steve Mackinder August 13, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder August 13, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder August 13, 2019

13 August 2019

There is little room for ambiguity in Sarah Juggins’s Washed Up column on Tuesday as she has a right old pop at our new Prime Minister.


Letter: Tim Snelling August 13, 2019

Letter: Tim Snelling August 13, 2019

Letter: Tim Snelling August 13, 2019

13 August 2019

I was surprised at the reaction to my playful offering (Viewpoint, August 2) regarding Britain’s hottest spot.


Letter: Alexandra Kemp July 30, 2019

Letter: Alexandra Kemp July 30, 2019

Letter: Alexandra Kemp July 30, 2019

30 July 2019

Monday, July 22, full council agenda, page 31, gives just 30 minutes overall for questions to the ten cabinet members who make all the decisions.


Letter: Ken Hill July 30, 2019

Letter: Ken Hill July 30, 2019

Letter: Ken Hill July 30, 2019

30 July 2019

A pedestrian priority zone is where people on foot always have right of way.


Letter: K D Leonard July 26, 2019

Letter: K D Leonard July 26, 2019

Letter: K D Leonard July 26, 2019

26 July 2019

Are we about to witness another example of the council pouring local council tax payers hard-earned money down the plug-hole?

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Letter: Steve Mackinder July 26, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder July 26, 2019

Letter: Steve Mackinder July 26, 2019

26 July 2019

G Thos King writes in Friday’s Viewpoint of his concern at the way jockeys are allowed to whip their animals to greater speeds while horse racing.


Letter: W J Blundell July 26, 2019

Letter: W J Blundell July 26, 2019

Letter: W J Blundell July 26, 2019

26 July 2019

So Theresa May leaves the job of prime minister.


Letter: Kristen Finch July 23, 2019

Letter: Kristen Finch July 23, 2019

Letter: Kristen Finch July 23, 2019

23 July 2019

Just read Boris Johnson’s column in mum’s Telegraph. How the mentally ill can help themselves, and the treasury, by “working through the darkness”.

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Letter: Paul Arnold July 23, 2019

Letter: Paul Arnold July 23, 2019

Letter: Paul Arnold July 23, 2019

23 July 2019

I was greatly disappointed last Wednesday evening to find that No 8 The Old Bookshop folk evening had to be cancelled.


Letter: Alexandra Kemp July 19, 2019

Letter: Alexandra Kemp July 19, 2019

Letter: Alexandra Kemp July 19, 2019

19 July 2019

Coming soon. From Norfolk County Council and West Norfolk Council. The next stage of the document that will affect everyone in West Norfolk.

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Letter: Sally Turff July 19, 2019

Letter: Sally Turff July 19, 2019

Letter: Sally Turff July 19, 2019

19 July 2019

So the brick kiln in South Lynn – said to be the last one of its kind – is ‘unsafe and could collapse on anyone’, according to Cllr Nockolds.


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