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LETTER: A petition on the Buxton by-pass has been done before

I just read your article in The Buxton Advertiser about the petition being produced by Elizabeth Thompson.

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The Pavilion Gardens buildings are shut from Christmas Eve until February.

LETTER: Nothing for tourists at Pavilion Gardens

Why, why, why were there no facilities at the Pavilion Gardens for the busiest week of the season?

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Sheffield town hall flag at full mast. 6/6/14 D Day

LETTER: Warning about Brexit came too late

How frightening was it to read Alan Craw’s vision of this country’s future in a post-Brexit world? (Advertiser, December 22).

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LETTER: Leave voters should help remainers out of depression

LETTER: Leave voters should help remainers out of depression

Alan Craw wrote a lengthy and original plea for help for those emotionally scarred by the Brexit vote (Referendums, Chad December 28).

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LETTER: Democracy is disappearing

LETTER: Democracy is disappearing

For some time now it has been obvious to me that the majority of MPs are totally out of touch with the British electorate and the higher they climb, the more out of touch they become.

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LETTER: Harsher action on mobile using drivers

LETTER: Harsher action on mobile using drivers

In response to the recent rail strike, Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling quoted “no increased risk” from the Rail Safety and Standards Board, and has threatened to ban rail strikes. He also, said: “if I had the power to end it, I would.”

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LETTER: How will history look back on 2016?

LETTER: How will history look back on 2016?

In the year 2066, 50 years hence, the history books of England might read something like this:

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LETTER: Andy Murray does have personality

With regard to the recent letter on Andy Murray and his suitability to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

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It could be me?

LETTER: Sort us out before sending tax payers’ money overseas

So the government has given the green light to local authorities to put rates to pay for social care, i.e. disabled and people who are in care homes.

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LETTER: Pensions - Some work for 50 years

Regarding reports that in recent years pensioners have benefitted financially more than younger, working people, e.g. the “triple-lock” on the State pension.

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Sheffield town hall flag at full mast. 6/6/14 D Day

LETTER: History in the making?

In the year 2066, 50 years hence, the history books of England might read something like this:

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LETTER: Respect shopworkers over the festive season

I would like to wish readers a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

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LETTER: Respect shop workers during festive season

I would like to wish your readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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elderly care - oap - old age

LETTER: Pensions - reward those who pay taxes

Regarding reports that in recent years pensioners have benefitted financially more than younger, working people, eg the “triple-lock” on the state pension.

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LETTER: Grammar schools will cause divide

LETTER: Grammar schools will cause divide

On Saturday, November 26, a small group of representatives from the High Peak Labour Party went to Andrew Bingham’s Hayfield surgery to express our opposition to Theresa May’s proposed expansion of grammar schools and to present him with a petition voicing the same opposition signed by over 500 of his constituents.

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Sheffield town hall flag at full mast. 6/6/14 D Day

LETTER: Brexit - ‘Sorry’ seems to be hardest word

I seem to have been waiting for ages, holding my breath for an event that looks as though it’s never going to happen.

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Breast Cancer Research Action Group 

Date:18th March 2016. Picture James Hardisty.

LETTER: Breast cancer - Life-saving drugs cost just 43p a day

I read with great concern the news that thousands of women are missing out on cheap drugs that could prevent their breast cancer from spreading – when it becomes incurable – because it is unclear which health body should pay for them.

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Sheffield town hall flag at full mast. 6/6/14 D Day

LETTER: Debate rages on payments to EU

Is it a lie that £350 million of UK money goes to the EU each week?

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Litter. Picture: Andrew Roe

LETTER: Activists can really help with sorting grot spots

We, concerned citizens appreciate greatly the attention the “grot spots” are now receiving from Councillor Tony Kemp.

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LETTER: Children should never go hungry

It is very heartwarming to see in your paper the number of charities in the High Peak that are seeking to address the problem of hunger locally. However, perhaps we should take a moment to think about what is going on here.

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