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Letters - April 19, 2018

There’s no spare cash, unless you mean mine

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Letters - April 18, 2017

Letters - April 18, 2017

City status could be the boost we need

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Letters - April 17, 2018

Letters - April 17, 2018

Nothing learnt from the two world wars

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Letters - April 16, 2018

Letters - April 16, 2018

Beware creeping rise in class sizes

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UK Border Force

Letters - April 12, 2018

Britain can no longer open borders to world

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Social media - a new threat

Letters - April 11, 2018

I should be thankful I was born too soon

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Jeremy Corbyn is under fire for his response to Labour's anti-Semitism scandal.

Letters - April 10, 2018

Vote for a sensible party to help poor

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Letters - April 9, 2018

Letters - April 9, 2018

It’s only natural for gulls to steal food

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Brexit

Letters - April 06, 2018

We cut off our nose just to spite our face

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Blackpool Mayor Coun Ian Coleman

Letters - April 05, 2018

I have nothing but respect for Mr Mayor

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When did dog mess become acceptable?

Letters - April 04, 2018

When did dog mess become acceptable?

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Gulls are in the same category as the rats

Letters - April 03, 2018

Gulls are in the same category as the rats

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Jamie Carragher

Letters - March 22, 2018

‘Spitgate’ should not be a trial by media

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Gulls in Blackpool. In neighbouring Wyre you could soon be fined for feeding one

Letters - March 28, 2018

I liked the photo of seagulls in Stanley Park lake sent in by Rachel Muller in The Gazette. Seagulls must have heard about bird food being sold in the park – 50p for a small bag to feed ducks and birds in lake.

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Letters - March 3, 2018

Letters - March 3, 2018

Small change could make the difference

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Coun Alistair Humphreys

Letters - March 26, 2018

Phone box cull will not solve problems

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Letters - March 21, 2018

Letters - March 21, 2018

I was sad to read of the grandma Marjorie Dyson being attacked by a seagull (Gazette, March 19). As Marjorie states ‘the seagull must of mistook her flowers for food’. I hope her wound will soon heal and she will soon get her confidence back.

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Photo Neil Cross'Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson visiting BAE Systems Warton

Letters - March 20, 2018

Tim Gavell’s special report in the Gazette (March 10) has Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson MP and Mark Menzies MP wandering the corridors of BAE Systems with the Defence Secretary telling of Britain’s high standards and ethics would be applied on any deal.

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Cutting the throat of an unstunned animal should be stopped, says Lilian Bradley, who writes in support of Lancashire County Council policy

Letters - March 17, 2018

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