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LETTER: Where’s the proof foxes are a health risk to humans?

I have been reading an article about foxes posing a health risk to humans, where is the proof?

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1967 Mansfield Market Place

POEM: Mansfield was a town to be proud of

Each Saturday morning, mum and I would go into town,

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Readers’s letters round up

Readers’s letters round up

The Chad postbag and inbox have been full of readers’ letters this week.

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Brexit is becoming a jigsaw puzzle.

LETTER: How will history view the changes?

In the year 2066, 50 years after the referendum which resulted in Britain exiting from the EU, people looked back and thanked their lucky stars that this decision had been taken to escape from the political nightmare that this organisation had become.

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LETTER: Name relief road in honour of Sergeant Robert Bye

A decision will be made by Mansfield District Council this month on whether the Warsop inner relief road, between the junction of Surestart and Carr Lane, can be renamed The Robert Bye VC Way, in memory of our town’s First World War Victoria Cross hero Sergeant Robert Bye.

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Protest rally against fracking surveys in Sherwood Forest

LETTER: Fracking should be avoided

Further to last week’s Chad article, “Fury over fracking plans near Major Oak”.

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LETTER: Petition your MPs to stop foreign aid

LETTER: Petition your MPs to stop foreign aid

So Sir Mark Lowcock, the permanent secretary for International Development, has been made a knight in the New YearHonours List.

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LETTER: Britain is one of the most innovative nations on earth

What a sad and defeatist letter from Alan Craw about history’s view of 2016.

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LETTER: Have faith in our grit and determination

Well well well, how do we react to the worldly wise Alan Craw (Chad letters December 28).

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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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LETTER: Scupper madcap HS2 project

I wonder if I am the only Chad reader who is confused and annoyed about the plans to build the proposed HS2 high-speed train line?

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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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Sir Tim Barrow has been named as the new EU ambassador

LETTER: Brexit ‘remoaners’ should accept decision

This past few weeks we seem to have had many submissions regarding Brexit. 
Some of them from professional bloggers and mainly from the ‘remoaners’.

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shopping

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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LETTER: Good sportsman but deserving winner?

So Andy Murray is being touted as Sports’ Personality of the Year.

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King's Mill was placed in Special Measures by the CQC after mortality rates was found too high.

LETTER: Great care from King’s Mill Hospital

I have recently spent ten days on Ward 12 of King’s Mill Hospital, Sutton, with an infected wound following a carpal tunnel operation on my right hand.
I could not have asked for better care than I received from the nursing staff and also the domestic staff.
The food menu was very good with something offered to suit most people. 
I would also like to thank Mr S Hariharan, my specialist, and his team for their excellent treatment and care following my operation.
I am writing this letter as I hear and read of bad reports about King’s Mill that I feel I must try to redress the balance.

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