Stamp out protest
I SHALL be 70 next birthday, not as sharp as I used to be, but I feel there are a lot of others closer to the funny-farm than me. Save our Post Offices – £4million losses each week, £208million per year. Ask yourself, when did you last visit the post o
I SHALL be 70 next birthday, not as sharp as I used to be, but I feel there are a lot of others closer to the funny-farm than me.
"Save our Post Offices" - £4million losses each week, £208million per year. Ask yourself, when did you last visit the post office?
Recently my car tax became due. Instead of walking into Ramsey to the post office I used online facilities and the job was completed in five minutes. Any business losing this amount of revenue has no chance.
Talking about chancers, don't you feel safer sleeping in your beds at night? Police in dawn raids to trap fine dodgers. One top criminal has been "on the run" for two years to avoid a £4.80 train fare.
May I enquire whether Councillor Keith Walters, wearing his Cambridgeshire police helmet, was "on the job". Rumour has it he led the armed squad and broke down the door with his Zimmer frame.
If justice is to be carried out, will the £48,000 Councillor Shona Johnstone blew of the public tax money be repaid immediately or will two years elapse in order to accrue interest?
- 1 Police searching for missing man discover body
- 2 Eight Huntingdon children handed anti-social behaviour interventions
- 3 Two-day closure set for B661 between Great Staughton and Grafham Water
- 4 A1 set for night-time and weekend closures until August
- 5 Meet the Sassy Lassies cycling group encouraging women in Huntingdonshire to ride
- 6 Suspected case of bird flu in swan reported to DEFRA
- 7 A "determined" Huntingdon man takes on Everest after a double lung transplant
- 8 Recap: Lorry and car crash at A141-A1307 junction in Huntingdon
- 9 New homes plan for Huntingdonshire village
- 10 Police check home of 101-year-old animal rights patron for stolen beagles
Finally, just a little advice to our beloved county councillors. Do not spend another £48,000 in the search for a new chief executive. Invite the shortlist to the Christmas party then get someone blindfolded, after consuming six nor seven pints of Guinness, to pin the tail on the donkey. Do not be surprised if the donkey, sorry candidate, refuses the job. Would you want to work for this shower?
P JACKSON, Bury