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LETTER - ‘Government is hellbent on attacking public sector’

David Cameron should remove Jeremy Hunt as Health Secretary before any more junior doctors decide to leave the NHS either to work abroad or to work through agencies.

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LETTER - ‘Staying in EU is in our best interests’

Two recent letters (March 4), sang the praises of Richard Bacon for his Eurosceptic credentials.

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LETTER - ‘Why am I being penalised for parking?’

Can anyone tell me why I can park in Morrison’s car park for three hours without being penalised, but when parking at Aldi car park for 33 minutes I get fined £70 unless, I am told, I buy goods in Aldi and enter my registration number.

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LETTER - ‘Attleborough Plan must ensure town is not split in two’

The recent Breckland Local plan consultation suggests that the area to the south west of Attleborough town centre will be earmarked for an additional 4,000 homes over the next ten years or so, known as the Strategic Urban Extension (SUE).

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LETTER - ‘20mph limit essential for Eye town centre safety’

I gather that the 20mph speed limit for the centre of Eye is about to be explored by our county councillor Guy McGregor and members of the Eye Town Council (February 26).

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LETTER - ‘Well done to Diss Friends for fundraising total’

The AGM of Diss Friends for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices held at the Park Hotel revealed £21,804 had been raised over the last 12 months through fundraising events and donations.

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LETTER - ‘Thanks to supporters of Rickinghall Church’

Thanks are given to all those who supported our quiz and fish and chip evening raising money for the fabric fund of Rickinghall Inferior Church, we made a total profit of £501.

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LETTER - ‘Is staying in EU really the safe option?’

I’m delighted to see that our MP, Richard Bacon, has maintained his Eurosceptic views and declared his vote to leave in the EU Referendum (Diss Express, February 26).

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LETTER - ‘Thank goodness our MP can see the bigger picture’

The naïve and scaremongering tactics of Dame McCall of EasyJet and others, regarding the Brexit danger to UK tourists, beggar belief; they choose to ignore totally, the economic and commercial facts of life that have existed for centuries.

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LETTER - ‘More housing for Diss is utter madness’

We have recently moved to Walcot Green, Diss, half a mile from the proposed new development site.

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LETTER - ‘Developers should pay for Skelton Road crossing’

Oh the irony, a mother is campaigning to get a pedestrian crossing built to improve safety at school times in Skelton Road (We need a crossing, February 19).

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LETTER - ‘What has happened to democracy?’

Ours is supposedly the oldest parliamentary democracy in the world, and we talk often of our British belief in fair play, yet with the Trade Union Bill, the present Government is putting these values at risk.

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LETTER - ‘Days of good grammar are long gone’

Long before ‘mission statement’ referred to idiotic, and expensive, slogans relating to public services John Reith, founder of the British Broadcasting Company, as it was, declared its purpose was to ‘inform, educate and entertain’.

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LETTER - ‘Our doctors and schools are overloaded’

I can’t believe that Norfolk has been taken over by Persimmon Homes, such a land-destroying company.

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LETTER - ‘More detail needed on Diss development pros and cons’

I would like to address W C Turner’s letter (January 22).

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LETTER - ‘I can’t believe how uncaring governments are’

Ever since Margaret Thatcher’s days, big is best.

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LETTER - ‘Thanks to Diss charity shop for helping me’

May I thank the manageress of the Feline Care Charity Shop in Diss, Louise Revel, and two other customers who came to my assistance when I fell up the stone stairs to the shop falling heavily and hitting my head, face and shoulder.

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LETTER - ‘My amazing sponsored walk through Diss’

As my 70th birthday year comes to an end and my fundraising pages around the world for Multiple Sclerosis Research close, my sincere thanks to the Diss Express for including information about my odyssey prior to my amazing Diss walk last July 31; we bought the paper en route, after stopping for a cooling ice cream by the pond.

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LETTER - ‘Harleston residents had their pool use restricted’

Your article (Unexpected boost for pool project, January 15) about the Debenham swimming pool project took me back to the 1990s when I was living in Harleston.

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LETTER - ‘My father’s sacrifice has been squandered’

Readers may recall my letter (Where’s the care, January 8) regarding the absence of ‘care in the community’ support for my 90-year-old father, who requires regular blood transfusions, suffers from dementia and has a catheter.

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