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United Kingdom

Letters: Never mind the Tory deflection: at least the SNP has a leader to be proud of

IT really is a sign of desperation that Martin Redfern (Letters, October 16) tries to cover up the Conservative Party’s…

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Canada

Letters to the editor: Freedom Convoy protest was more than a mere nuisance

Breadcrumb Trail Links NP Comment Letters Readers speak out on the issues of the day, including the Emergencies Act inquiry…

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Canada

Letters to The Sun, Oct. 18, 2022: Mayor-elect Ken Sim is a breath of fresh air

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Letters Let’s hope that his ABC team can bring pragmatic and efficient government back to Vancouver.…

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United Kingdom

Letters: It’s all over: even Boris Johnson couldn’t save the Tories now

TO steady the sinking ship, Jeremy Hunt has taken over as Chancellor, being seen as a safe pair of hands…

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Canada

Letters to the Editor, Oct. 16, 2022

Article content Re “Former CP24 personality expands on human rights complaint” (Scott Laurie, Oct. 11): As a longtime viewer of…

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Europe

Thousands of letters dumped in Palma

In recent days, images have emerged of what are said to be thousands of letters that have been dumped in…

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Canada

Letters to The Sun, Oct. 15, 2022: Voting in municipal elections is climate change action

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Letters Climate change is a human health and social justice issue with significant implications for municipalities…

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Canada

Letters to The Sun, Oct. 12, 2022: Outrage over development industry donations to municipal parties

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Letters Alison Bealy wonders why more people are not outraged by the development industry donations to…

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United Kingdom

Letters: Bring down our energy bills by changing the way the charges are fixed

LIKE many people in these days of rising gas prices, I have started paying more attention to my energy bills,…

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United Kingdom

Letters: Supreme Court ruling will be a win-win for the SNP

KEZIA Dugdale thinks that Labour can take up to a dozen seats from the SNP in the next General Election…

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