Letters

I was amazed to read your article headlined Police: Speed limit cut ‘over-restrictive’ (January 9).

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Tesco finally pulled the plug on Chatteris after the many months of agonising over whether or not there would be a store for the town.

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I refer to the remarks made by John Smithee to end all benefit sanctions now and make foodbanks history (January 16).

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If to listen to people; if to look for opportunities and possibilities; if then to come up with a set of proposals that are feasible with the source of the money to implement them identified represent a u-turn, that u-turn should be welcomed and praised.

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Recent stories about a crisis in the NHS, including hospitals such as Hinchingbrooke, Queen Elizabeth and Addenbrooke’s, are very worrying.

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With no opening ceremony to the up-coming election, I wish to kick off with this letter to those who express the opinion that UKIP is racist without evidence to this accusation.

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I recently visited Wisbech foodbank to donate 10 tins of food. The food bank is based at the Baptist church in Hill Street.

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It was only in November when Fenland District Council’s overview and scrutiny committee scrutinised the performance of the street cleansing service.

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I write in support of the campaign for the 30mph speed limit for Wimblington Road, March.

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I feel I owe it to the 800 residents who signed the petition raising concerns over the “windfall” issue and how it might impact on any proposed housing on Estover playing field and on any other unallocted land.

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May I bring to the notice of your readers the local history website wisbech.ccan.co.uk

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