Letters

Britain’s largest union, Unite, has launched a confidential advice and support line as part of a campaign to confront abusive ‘Victorian’ work practices at Sports Direct.

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For over 10 years the mobile phone signal at Chatteris has been very unpredictable, so much so I have got in the car and driven up to the Hunger Hut layby for a burger and send a message.

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A 21-homes Roddons social housing site, which is being built at Begdale Road in Elm, has been criticised by councillors for its appearance.

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Toddler hit with ball in Wisbech park

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

I was recently at Wisbech park at the children’s playground near the place where you can play football and basketball.

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I had the pleasure of attending March Town Council Assembly followed by the Town Council meeting to hear the debate on the Estover Playing Field, and to understand the terms of the lease and how it was being proposed to arrange funding for development.

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What goes on in the head of my critic from last weeks edition is a mystery. He writes that I read his “blogs” Wow what an assumption, what an ego!

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What a shambles - spend £500,000 on a new bus station and then, according to your reporter, Stagecoach East are not going to use it as it “will create delays to their finely tuned service.”

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While I agree with Mrs Gillick that immigration is an important issue and I commend her for spending so much time gathering statistics, it is a pity she spoils this with sloppy, inaccurate assumptions and poor analysis.

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I would like to comment on one particular view highlighted in the article Gillick Report.

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I am no expert but Victoria Gillick’s report - as detailed in your newspaper seems very likely correct to me.

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Well surprise, surprise the citizens of Whittlesey are again not considered intelligent enough to decide how the £10,000 given to the town by Tesco should be spent.

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Minimum wage needed

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

The use of the red poppy by the UKIP parliamentary candidate for Fenland says a lot.

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“God help Wisbech!”

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

As the wife of a hard working town and district councillor I was both appalled and disgusted by the comments made by Councillor David Patrick in the recent Wisbech Standard.

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I have commented previously on Mrs Gillick’s characteristic diatribe on immigration and this time it is not so much the impact of immigration which needs to be addressed almost a decade on.

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I have just read your article entitled speed campaign success relating to the speed of traffic along Wimblington Road.

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I am now retired and have lived in Wisbech for over a decade. In what sometimes feels like a lifetime ago I spent a lot of my time travelling and working abroad.

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Gobsmacked. I wasn’t too surprised to see yet another attack on Councillor Alan Lay by Steve Tierney. This time over highways and the flow of traffic in the Market Place.

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It was an interesting party political broadcast for UKIP featured in the letters page last week, from Mr Bennett-Collins.

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Come on Aldi in Chatteris!

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Every few days on Facebook a message pops up from Shopping Mania offering a survey to win a £100 voucher to spend in Aldi.

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I was surprised to see Councillor Alan Lay’s rather mixed-up letter (April 3), though pleased as ever to see he keeps up with my blog.

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