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The French know how to do lunch | Brief letters

25/02/2019 Letters 0

Wine at lunch | Cleaning products | Words for loo | Moorhens | Brexit soundtracks | The Scottish dietRe long lunch breaks (Letters, 25 February), I once had lunch in one of the canteens at Airbus in Toulouse. I was astonished to see a couple of colleag…

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Get stuck into the marmalade debate | Brief letters

01/02/2019 Letters 0

The Duchess of Argyll | Fortnum & Mason shoppers | Bird spotting | Sugar content of jamI assume that if the BBC drama about the Duchess of Argyll is screened (Report, 31 January) it won’t be billed as A Very English Scandal – divorce proceedings be…

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Time to call the non-EU doctor | Letters

30/11/2018 Letters 0

Alison Garnham is distressed about Brexit and the ‘hostile environment’ policy. Prof Peter Ekkehard Kopp addresses immigration panicStanding on a tube platform, Miriam González Durántez’s article (May has added insult to the injury of Brexit, Journal, …

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UK pledges £50m to help end FGM across Africa by 2030

23/11/2018 Agencies 0

Officials say funding is biggest investment in tackling practice and helping vulnerable girlsThe UK has said it will provide £50m of aid funding to tackle female genital mutilation across Africa.The package will help reinforce the movement to end FGM a…

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No-deal fears over drug supplies | Letters

04/11/2018 Letters 0

Concerns about the availability of vital medicines after Brexit are raised by Lisa Parker, Steven Burkeman, David Moore and Gill Sellen.Regarding Patrick Cosgrove’s letter (I don’t want to go blind due to Brexit, 29 October), I would like to make a sim…

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I don’t want to go blind due to Brexit | Letter

28/10/2018 Letters 0

Patrick Cosgrove worries that he may lose access to his daily eyedrops if the UK crashes out of EUI take daily eyedrops because I have hereditary glaucoma. The medicine, Ganfort, is made in Ireland (Patients might have to hoard drugs if UK crashes out …

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I don’t want to go blind due to Brexit | Letter

28/10/2018 Letters 0

Patrick Cosgrove worries that he may lose access to his daily eyedrops if the UK crashes out of EUI take daily eyedrops because I have hereditary glaucoma. The medicine, Ganfort, is made in Ireland (Patients might have to hoard drugs if UK crashes out …