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Letters: No deal Brexit is still better than a bad deal

SIR – It is not difficult to understand why Brexit is deadlocked. In June 2016 the British people voted to leave the EU in the referendum primarily to regain our full national independence, limit and...

Letters: It’s the Brexit hardliners who are the saboteurs

SIR - In the referendum vote in June 2016 the voters were asked two questions, Leave or Remain. There was nothing there about the World Trade Organisation, or a hard or soft  Brexit. The Government...
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Letters: van company responds to parking complaints

SIR – In response to a letter that appeared in last week’s paper regarding the parking of vehicles in Barton and surrounding areas. I would like to firstly say that not all the vehicles people...

Letters: we need even-handed balance between New Forest interests

SIR — I was concerned to learn from the A&T (25th January) that 15 million people a year visit the Forest. This is approximately 23% of our total population of 66-million, so there must have...

Letters: make roads safer by turning Forest verges into cycle paths

SIR – There have been numerous articles in the paper about the appalling number of road accidents in the Forest where animals have been hurt and often killed. New Forest ponies and cattle graze on...

Letters: seeing red over white vans blocking residents’ roads

SIR – For at least the last two years, residents in Barton-on-Sea and New Milton have been blighted by numerous white vans and sometimes cars being parked on their residential roads. It would appear that...

Letters: Fawley homes look more like a London development

SIR – I write in reference to the article in last week’s edition concerning the development intended for the former Fawley power station. I was aghast at the computer generated image of part of the...

Letters: can you help New Milton Stroke Group?

SIR – Since the start of the new year, the New Milton Stroke Group has been unexpectedly hit with the loss of three voluntary helpers, which is throwing a heavy burden on those still...

Letters: cycling a bumpy road towards pothole justice

SIR – Whilst cycling along Cliff Road from Milford-on-Sea towards Barton last July, I encountered a pothole (well I thought it was a pothole) that caused a puncture, resulting in me coming off my...
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Letters: in defence of Christchurch’s ‘well-respected’ MP Sir Chris Chope

SIR – I find it quite distasteful that a bunch of soon-to-be redundant Christchurch councillors, who spend their collective time trying to install a million pound pedestrian crossing where it is patently not needed,...
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