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LETTER: Resist Hinchingbrooke Hospital acquisition by Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Some years ago in a series of lectures I gave, I said that if the NHS were a patient, it would be locked up in a secure unit, to prevent it from damaging itself further with self-inflicted wounds.

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LETTER: If Peterborough is to have long grass issues can we at least have flowers?

I wonder how many Peterborough citizens would be happy to see this instead of un-mown areas in our city and parks?

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LETTER: My children will pay the price of Brexit

In the aftermath of the referendum, it is reported that older people voted predominantly “Leave” and younger people “Remain”.

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LETTER: Stand hand in hand together and make this Brexit work

As a foreigner living, working, paying tax and able to fend for my family through my hard work, I felt compelled to share my views on the recent vote to leave the EU.

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LETTER: Very positive Peterborough Brexit campaign - no doom and gloom scaremongering

In response to Barry Warne’s letter last week I would like to say that Vote Leave in Peterborough has been running a very positive Brexit campaign.

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LETTER: What a disappointment EU campaigns have been

The EU referendum campaign has been extremely disappointing. There has been considerable negativity on both sides accompanied by some statements which were less than truthful . There has been too much speculation about what might happen if the UK chose to leave.

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LETTER: Vote leave before it’s too late to sort of the mess

LETTER: Vote leave before it’s too late to sort of the mess

How dare David Cameron compare his “battle” to stay in the EU with Churchill’s battle to beat Hitler.

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LETTER: Post-EU referendum will be very interesting after over-aggressive campaign

For the last few months we have been bombarded by opinions from both sides of the EU referendum debate, much of which had been over-aggressive, acerbic and vitriolic and that was before the dreadful murder of Jo Cox MP.

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Your Say: letters, emails and comments on the news - from the Peterborough Telegraph, www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter, Facebook.com/peterboroughtoday

Ensuring patients’ voices are heard

PPG Awareness Week is next week, June 6 to June 11, and aims to promote the role and benefit of PPGs (Patient Participation Groups) to patients, the public and health professionals.

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Your Say: letters, emails and comments on the news - from the Peterborough Telegraph, www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter, Facebook.com/peterboroughtoday

Offended at ‘patriotic’ call to duty

I was rather offended by our MP’s statement in last week’s Telegraph that it was our “patriotic duty” to vote to leave the EU, suggesting that anyone voting to Remain was unpatriotic.

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Security is main fear in the EU debate

Like millions of others I am desperately trying to keep focused on the upcoming European Exit Poll.

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LETTER: Why give second life to nuclear?

LETTER: Why give second life to nuclear?

The Larkfleet Group of Companies is a local medium-sized business that focuses primarily on building energy-efficient new homes and developing renewable energy projects in this area.

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Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson. Photo: Peterborough Telegraph

Is it necessary for MP to use those terms?

Stewart Jackson recently took it upon himself to state that the Peterborough Telegraph Facebook page is “full of bile from knuckle dragging morons.”

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LETTER: MEP wants to visit Peterborough and hear from you

Between now and the referendum on the 23rd June, I am planning to visit many organisations and businesses across the East of England who are directly affected by our trade relationship with the EU.

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LETTER: Is Peterborough Hospital Trust seeking costs for fire fear?

LETTER: Is Peterborough Hospital Trust seeking costs for fire fear?

Regarding your article in the PT (April 14th), I would advise that the issue appears to be one of (fire) ‘compartmentation’.

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CIVIC VISIT: A special day to be part of

My latest civic duty took place on June 21 when my wife Christine and I were invited to attend the installation of Coun John Peach as mayor for the City of Peterborough in the Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Andrew.

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Friends of Werrington Library, with Carole Dudley (R), at a library protest in 2013

Letter: Library is vital to literacy levels

Whilst fully appreciating the pressure on spending that the council and Vivacity are under we find it difficult to accept the drastic proposals that are being made for the libraries in general and in particular those affecting the Werrington Community Library.

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Your Say: letters, emails and comments on the news - from the Peterborough Telegraph, www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter, Facebook.com/peterboroughtoday

Letter: Build on existing successes to drive up education standards

Eric Winstone is right to provide an alternative view on Peterborough secondary schools to that put forward by the city’s MP, Stewart Jackson (Veteran head defends schools: 19 February).

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Readers’ letters: February 19

Politics: Duty level needs cutting in Budget

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Your Say: letters, emails and comments on the news - from the Peterborough Telegraph, www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter, Facebook.com/peterboroughtoday

Letter: Cyclists need greater safety

Regarding the tragic death of Cathedral Chorister James Trickey on Storeys Bar Road.

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