Letters

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
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Across Cambridgeshire, nursing staff are preparing to celebrate a day very close to our hearts.

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As I come to the end of my year as mayor, I have been asked to help establish whether or not there is any truth in the story that one of Ernest Shepard’s illustrations for the Wind in the Willows has links with Ely’s historic courthouse.

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Britain keeps its promises, particularly to those most in need. For 10 years, our commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of our national income on aid has been testament to that, and featured in all the major political party manifestos running up to the last general election.

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Yet another election! This time of a local nature to appoint the “£770 million mayor” (Ely Standard April 20).

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Peterborough

Gaul Road junction with the A141 March bypass has a bad reputation for accidents...but, there is nothing wrong with the junction if used correctly.

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Tesco

I am becoming increasingly concerned with some aspects of the local policing in Wisbech.

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A personal reaction as a resident to the application for up to 46 houses by Manor Oak Homes for Mr J and Mrs M Eade regarding land south of Main Street, Witchford.

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I thought that I would give an update on my letter from two months ago, about pensioner Maureen Saxby, who was disgracefully left without gas for heating and water during one of the year’s coldest weeks.

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What do people think to the new information leaflet that the county council are sending to everyone re the mayor elections.

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