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letters to the editor #24 – a hung parliament?


My enthusiasm for a hung parliament has waned since it was brought to my attention that it will not require the use of many lengths of rope and most of the lamp posts along the embankment as I had first thought.

I therefore formally withdraw my support.

Yours faithfully
Disappointed of Dorcan


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Meet one of my favourite columnists

It was in 1993 that I first set foot in the USA, briefly treading a path through an Atlanta airport being refurbished ready for the forthcoming Olympics before making it to Tampa.

Settling in to a three week vacation the local paper was one of my early purchases and amongst its pages I first read Daniel Ruth. Over the years since his columns have been one of the many joys of my trips to central Florida and now I can read him on line.

Try him yourself here; http://www.tampabay.com/writers/article934435.ece

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