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It seems that nobody cares about ‘The Wisbech Disease’.

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UKIP leader Nigel Farage is the only party leader who talks positively about the working class.

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Two letters in response to the Trades Council press release of November 2, which was published as a letter in your November 7 edition, present a pretty inaccurate picture of both the fire and rescue service and the reasons for the dispute.

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Yet again, another group is seeking to reopen the rail link between Wisbech and March, but why only now?

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Do you have a powerful voice and are you happy to dress up and perform in public?

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On behalf of the clients who attend, and volunteers who run, March Foodbank I would like to say a big thank you to all readers who have donated food over the last year.

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As an uncle, I worry about the future for my nephew and nieces. Not all young people have the motivation or aptitude to attend university.

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Councillor Steve Tierney was very brave to have raised the prospect of quality Christmas lights. However, why is this being organised by Wisbech Town Council?

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Regarding Sue Dockett’s letter about the recent Fire Brigades Union strike.

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I welcome the news that Sports Direct has opened its new store on the £50million Cromwell Retail Park in Wisbech.

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English Heritage warns that only 15 per cent of ancient churches are deemed economic to repair.

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Our society could not survive without the fire and rescue service. They do a very good job. Due to their unique and essential place in society successive governments have had to give in to their demands. But just because they are essential they do not have the right to hold us to ransom by withholding their services.

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