Should station ticket machines show passengers the cheapest option? Why are our energy bills so high? And why the budget has brought no comfort to those on a low income? Our readers give their views. think.
Today topics up for discussion include whether the taxpayer should be footing the bill for the repairs to Buckingham Palace, the Hepworth Gallery, the cost of funeral charges and the continuing saga of Cookridge’s ‘Soggy Bottom’. Join the debate or start your own - email firstname.lastname@example.org
Subjects up for discussion on today’s YEP letters pages include Kirkgate Market, whether the council has got the right vision for the future of Leeds and the sad case of a blind dog abandoned in a city park. Join the debate, email email@example.com
Should BBC broadcasters be stopped from endorsing products? Should our health professionals refuse to impose Government cuts? Just a couple of the questions posed on our letters page today. Join the debate and send us your views. email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mixed bag of post today includes thoughts on what is (or isn’t) consitutionally binding, the seeming inequalities of penalty points and a lovely letter from a former pub seafood seller. Remember them?
Should fireworks have tighter regulations? Is the legal ruling over Article 50 ignoring the will of the people? And did you know Hallowe’en is not rooted in American tradition? These are just some of the topics up for debate in our readers letters today.
Should the England and Scotland team be allowed to wear a poppy? Are other cities beating us on a modern transport policy? ANd is it time the remain campaigners shut up? Just some of the controversial topics debated by our readers today.
Today our readers are sharing their thoughts on a cold winter, drivers who don’t use indicators, Hallowe’en being hijacked by adults, going back to Imperial measures, and happy memories of post-war Leeds.