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Only voting brings change

UNFORTUNATELY it is an already established statistical fact that less than two thirds of the registered electorate do in fact bother to vote in elections.

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Catching out crooks

I HAD a giggle this afternoon at the thought of past police practise and a story told at a Masons’ meeting.

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Brick by brick

ALL the major political parties are promising a massive increase in house-building after the General Election, but in the light of the public concerns about immigration, they aren’t saying how these houses will be built.

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Pitfalls of online voting

DIGITAL voting, now there’s a worry for the future.

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No pact with the devil

LORD Baker must be stark, staring crazy to even suggest a Tory-Labour coalition.

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Labour wrong about badgers

I SEE that if Labour are elected to power Ed Miliband will stop the cull of badgers which will allow TB to continue in our cattle for many more years and costing this country millions every year.

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A yearning for days gone by

I SHOULDN’T be this way but, like many of my generation, I much preferred the England I grew up in than the England of today.

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Time to lay off the pensioners

DAVID Cameron’s commitment to maintain universal pensioner benefits if he remains Prime Minister after May 7 has again sparked a debate about a phoney war between the generations.

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Protect our pensioners

THE Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, seems to have run into trouble endeavouring to untangle the Gordian Knot that the various welfare benefits have become over the years by introducing Universal Credit.=

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Huge section far worse off

I AM sick and tired of the shameless propaganda being peddled by the Institute of Fiscal Studies which says we have now recovered from the recession and living standards are now back to where they were before the financial crash.

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Learn to share fairly

CLIMATE change is the biggest threat to mankind, but there is still time to control it – just.

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Deserving of much better

I NEVER thought that I would live to see the day when milk in supermarkets was cheaper than bottled water.

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Don’t waste your vote

WITH REGARD to the General Election on May 7, we have two main parties and another five or six who are wanting us to vote for them.

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Fry humour not for me

IT was a good night for the British film industry at the Baftas, but not for Stephen Fry who hosted the show. He was an embarrassment!

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Delay will not stifle opinion

SO Sir John Chilcot has failed again to release his report on the Iraq War. It will now not be released before the General Election in May.

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Greens offer bright future

I’VE supported the Tories for most of my 50 years, until 2008 opened my eyes.

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Shock video would work

I CAN’T understand the reasoning of the Government in making future cigarette packets plain and nameless.

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Businesses must display food rating

WITH regards to your front page story about food hygiene ratings (January 22), it should be mandatory to display your food rating whatever you get.

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Missed chance to debate war

SO Sir John Chilcot has failed again to release his report on the Iraq War. It will now not be released before the General Election in May.

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‘Bias’ jibe is simply a smokescreen

LEADING up to every general election, you have Conservatives warning the BBC to watch its political bias. It used to be Norman Tebbitt’s job, now it is Grant Shapps who leads the charge.

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