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LETTER: Scapegoating

I’m writing to you about the treatment of refugees by some politicians and media outlets.

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LETTER: Bake some noise

My mother, the actress Marjie Lawrence, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer three weeks before she died. It was too late for anything but palliative care.

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LETTER: Lamentable response

Re: “Outrage as ‘historic’ trees get the chop (Crawley Observer February 22, 2017).”

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LETTER: Help homeless

As one of the UK’s largest homelessness charities, we want to thank your readers for their involvement and helping raise £18,500 so far for people who are homeless by simply putting on their favourite hat, making a donation and helping change someone’s life.

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LETTER: Tasty fundraiser

My dad was diagnosed with progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) when I was six.

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LETTER: Is this progress?

Not too long ago, I could ring the local council and ask for a repair to be done or a simple replacement. But we have made progress.

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LETTER: Ovarian cancer

March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month and GRACE, the Guildford based gynaecological cancer charity which supports women across Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire, aims to raise awareness and highlight the symptoms in order to promote earlier diagnosis.

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LETTER: Fighting injustice

The 50th Anniversary of Noam Chomsky’s “The Responsibility of Intellectuals” was marked by an event at University College London on Saturday (February 25).

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LETTER: Small pleasures

With the constant outpouring of bad news, through newspapers, television and the internet, it is so easy to slip into despondency, at the state of the world and our place in its future, during the long grey days of winter.

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LETTER: Utter waste

RE: the revamp of Queens Square. What an utter waste of money, why don’t the council use the money to PROPERLY see to all the potholes/craters on our roads FIRST!

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LETTER: Tarmac the grass verges

It good to see that someone is complaining about lorries churning up the grass verges in Crawley, but it is not only the lorries, it is drivers that park on the verges too!

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LETTER: Moral high ground

The headline to Henry Smith MP’s article, ‘The EU must make the same guarantees as us’, begs the question, ‘Why?’, and is also predicated on a falsehood.

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LETTER: Looking for a challenge?

The NSPCC still has spaces in this year’s Brighton 10k.

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LETTER: Protect refugee children

Less than a year ago the Government promised that this country would do its bit to help with the greatest refugee crisis Europe has faced for 70 years.

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LETTER: Breaking point

A British Medical Association investigation into the cost of funding Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) paints a very worrying picture with at least £9.5bn needed in capital funding across the country to successfully deliver the plans.

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LETTER: Trapped in their own home

Two thirds of people with dementia live in the community, but many feel trapped in their own homes - with almost one in 10 only leaving the house once a month. Alzheimer’s Society’s new service, ‘Side by Side’ in Surrey aims to help people with dementia to stay connected to their communities and keep doing the things they love with the support of a volunteer.

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LETTER: British icon

Ensure the protection, preservation and restoration of “Morecambe” – the red K6 phone box in West Green Village, Crawley.

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LETTER: Don’t change town’s name

The suggested promotion of Crawley to a city opens a very interesting debate about our town’s name.

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READER'S LETTER: Our Chelsea Academy lads think they can float around the pitch avoiding physical contact

I'm a fairly longstanding season ticket holder so I've finally had it after two pathetic performances against Stevenage and Morecambe - both only midtable sides like ourselves.

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