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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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LETTER: The public are being deceived over the NHS

Every political party lacks honesty, is disingenuous in their praise towards staff in their narrative surrounding the NHS and is dishonest to patients.

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LETTER: Idea is an ideal flagship project

The Southern Gateway will fail.

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LETTER: Opinion stated as scientific fact is worry

While I enjoy reading Richard Williamson’s column, I do worry about some of his scientific opinion being presented as fact.

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LETTER: If you don’t use it you ‘loos’ it

Some two months ago I wrote a letter highlighting the problems being caused by the closure of public toilets.

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LETTER: No such thing as ‘good Brexit’

I write in response to Molly Brooke’s letter entitled ‘Have faith and be positive’ about leaving the EU in your 28 December edition.

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LETTER: No new location for Beach café

I completely agree with the points made by Sue Organ (Thursday, December 21, 2017) – build a new café [West Wittering] on the site of the current one, not in a new location which was the least liked of the many options in the first consultation.

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LETTER: Best chance to break cycle

Molly Brooke assumes that Alan Stewart is too young to remember the wonderful days ‘when we controlled our own destiny’ (readers letters 28th December) and assumes that this is why he may have chosen to vote to remain in the EU.

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LETTER: Time to stop playing trains

The Secretary of State castigated the performance of British Rail in a recent announcement and was triumphalist about the impact of privatisation.

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LETTER: Funding lack puts care at risk

Adult social care was one of the issues of concern that Dr Kate O’Kelly, our West Sussex county councillor, spoke about at a recent meeting of Midhurst Town Council.

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LETTER: Have faith in Brexit and be positive

Alan Stewart suggests that the country is ‘paralysed by Brexit’ (readers letters December 7). If this is so, I believe it is only temporary and to be expected in order to extricate ourselves from a complicated agreement.

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LETTER: A285 is not a dangerous road

I drive from Chichester to Petworth and back every day. This road is not dangerous if you drive with the conditions and bear in mind it is crossed by all sorts of livestock.

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LETTER: We should protect our hedges to protect nature

How appropriate that Robert Pasteiner’s letter (30.11.2017) lamenting the illegal removal of 100m of hedge by developers in Broyle Road should appear in the same issue as Richard Williamson’s excellent article on the ecological value of hedges.

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LETTER: Cap public sector wages

It must be April the 1st – a wage rise all but my annual pension (£6,825) just because it is not in keeping with the neighbouring councils?

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LETTER: Appalling social mobility record

Your recent report on The Social Mobility Commission’s analysis of how we as a nation are dealing with the problem of social and economic disadvantage highlights Chichester’s appalling record on social mobility.

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