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LETTER: Someone will be killed on A27

On Friday afternoon, February 9, I was about to cross the eastbound section of the new crossing at the A27 roundabout in Chichester.

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LETTER: No substitute for our system

We have just heard that Germany, with its complicated form of proportional representation, has at last managed after four months to cobble together a ruling coalition that few of its politicians or electorate are happy with.

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LETTER: Remove the green light

On two occasions whilst leaving Chichester towards the Witterings I have experienced vehicles on the dual cariageway travelling from the Bognor side failing to give way to traffic already on the roundabout.

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LETTER: How can hospital justify plastic bags for umbrellas?

My friend and I were visiting St Richard’s Hospital and were amazed to find in the foyer of the hospital a machine that wrapped wet umbrellas in plastic bags.

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LETTER: Manhood has no police cover

Here we go again, the moving of an unmanned office which allows for major incidents to be controlled due to its size and location to an unmanned back office in the council complex.

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LETTER: Fear new road will not be used

What is the purpose of the proposed southern access road to the White House estate?

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LETTER: Green means go and red stop

I do get rather fed up with supposed experts refusing to acknowledge that there are any problems when receiving feedback of a critical nature.

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LETTER: A voting system to suit century

Women (over 30) were first given the vote in the UK 100 years ago, to be precise on 6 February 1918, so we should be celebrating or should we?

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LETTER: Peace not really due to the EU

Anthony Tuffin (letters, February 1) is right to say that the main purpose of forming what has become the EU was to ensure peace within its (then) borders.

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LETTER: More patriotic to want to stay

R P Gould (letters, January 25) may think I’m unpatriotic but he has no right to express it as fact and it is outrageously libellous of him to claim I admitted it, when I did not and do not.

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LETTER: Roundabout is confusing and dangerous

The brush-off response from Highways England regarding the Stockbridge roundabout has naturally resulted in no change. And yet the roundabout remains confusing and dangerous. If, as they say, they are ‘monitoring’ the roundabout, then perhaps they can share the results with us.

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LETTER: Objection to route being diverted

I understand plans are afoot for a significant diversion of the southern (Chichester) end of our much-loved Centurion Way cycle/footpath.

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LETTER: Fight the area’s corner please

‘Don’t let housing ruin our beautiful harbour’ read the headline in the Observer.

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LETTER: Darker side of dog training

To all my dog friends who would never use E-Collars.

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LETTER: Home from home for family

Just like many elderly people my parents dreaded the thought of ending their days in a care home, wanting to retain their independence in their beloved bungalow.

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LETTER: Political nature or the EEC

Michael Hughes-Narborough (letters, January 11) is totally wrong in claiming that the EEC (the EU’s predecessor) was only an economic project. Its political nature was its main feature from the very beginning and its most attractive feature.

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LETTER: Problem of over population

The UK does not have a shortage of housing. Our country is, however, grossly over-populated.

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LETTER: Acute danger of traffic lights

I write to you with the utmost concern for the recently placed traffic lights on the Stockbridge roundabout on the A27 Chichester bypass.

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LETTER: Chichester Harbour needs to be preserved

I find it strange that the Harbour Conservancy are now so worried about housing applications in and around the harbour when they gave no support to Bosham residents in their protests about proposals for several housing schemes within the AONB over the past few years and we had to rely on a sensible independant inspector to save Bosham and the AONB from utter ruin.

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LETTER: Things to look forward to after Brexit

I feel John Wilton is living in another universe. I do not know where he gets his information from, he must be a Liberal Democrat supporter or a follower of Tony Blair.

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