Letters

Letter: Lack of affection for UK from EU

There are more than a few lines of symmetry between Theresa May’s dealings with the EU community, which formally began on Thursday evening at the Prime Minister’s first European Council summit, and those of her predecessor, David Cameron.

Letter: Farewell to Ironbridge towers

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On the front page of the Shropshire Star dated October 10, was a leading publication reporting the wonderful news that the huge cooling towers at Ironbridge Power Station that overpower and overshadow Ironbridge will soon be demolished in the summer of 2017.

Letter: Correct A&E decision

NHS stock

It is indeed unfortunate that either of the A&E departments in Shropshire, either at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, or, Princess Royal has to close, but, as the only option put forward by Future Fit is to retain it in Shrewsbury along with the women and children’s care centre I concur.

Letter: Immigration protest vote

A recent study shows us what we really all know, the middle classes vote for Brexit was a revolt against mass immigration and the remote political class.

Letter: Action call over A&E closure

A&E stock

Regarding the closure of Telford’s Princess Royal A&E Department. Isn’t it about time all the mayors and county councillors made a statement in support of the accident and emergency department being kept open in Telford for the people of Bridgnorth and the surrounding area.

Letter: Vote for Corbyn gives power to the Tories

Jeremy Corbyn

In my opinion, if the Tories want any assurance that they will form the backbone of government for at least the next 20 years then they got it with the latest election putting Jeremy Corbyn back in charge of the Labour Party.

Letter: A pension tale of woe

BHS has warned it could close up to 40 stores as part of its turnaround plan

I have been following the BHS story, and most importantly the pensions. Well anybody thinking of joining a workplace pension as government is telling you to do, listen to my story, you may think again.