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Letter – Lockdown a breeding ground for potential dictators

SIR – Whatever the pluses and minuses of lockdowns, it has certainly been good for breeding new potential dictators. Two incidents illustrate this during the week. First, while sitting on a display bench in a...
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Letter – Displeased by developer’s attempt to remove bridge from Lymington Shores

SIR – I write on behalf of the Bottom of Town Campaign, Lymington, to express our utmost displeasure at the attempt by the Redrow company to delete the amenity aspects of its development at...

Letter: This oldie should not be among the first vaccinated

SIR – I am one of the town’s “oldies”, so in line for early vaccination, although I’ve not heard a peep out of my surgery as yet. However, going against my own hopes for immunisation,...

Letter: Save the animals – don’t salt the unfenced roads

SIR – I cannot understand why Hampshire County Council continue to put salt down on the open Forest roads. It’s not as though they do not know of the problems with the animals congregating...

Letter: Brexit deal will make UK poorer

SIR – I note in last week’s A&T that Forest MPs supported the government’s Brexit deal with the EU, because red tape and fish were a price worth paying. If this was half true, I...

Letter: The New Forest’s waste sack problems are very real

SIR – Noel Baptiste (Letters, 25th December) mentions “the alleged problem of plastic sacks being torn open during the night by birds”. Let him visit a quiet road in Barton when black sacks are...

Letter: New Forest must move to a ‘zero waste’ policy

SIR – New Forest District Council’s plans for improving the efficiency of our local domestic waste disposal are to be commended. Our local council has been one of the worst for managing recyclable waste. The...

Letter: It’s time to make New Forest livestock more visible

SIR – Once again we have front page news (A&T, 18th December) of the tragic deaths of our Forest animals – this time three donkeys all involved in the same incident. Once again we hear...

Letter: Mental health is the key to tackling drug use

SIR – Cllr Jack Davies suggests that Lymington town sets up drug rooms for addicts (A&T, 18th December). Surely, the best way to address the problem is to analyse why people take these debilitating and...

Letter: Lockdown will live long in all our memories

SIR – Lockdown: a word which will stay in the memory for a long time after the coronavirus had faded into the background, even though, like the bubonic plague of 1665, it will never...
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