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BREXIT: Figure is ‘misleading’

I have no wish to become involved in a long-running correspondence with Alan Newton, who responded to my letter about Brexit, (News Guardian, January 25).

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CLIMATE: Call an end to carbon fuels

CLIMATE: Call an end to carbon fuels

People may have seen that the large pipeline from the North Sea’s long-established Forties field had acquired a large crack on land near Aberdeen.

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HELP: Thank you for care

HELP: Thank you for care

I want to say a big thank you to the people who came to my aid when I fell on January 17, near The Staithe House in North Shields.

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ACCIDENT: Dangerous cycle trap

ACCIDENT: Dangerous cycle trap

May we express our thanks to the amazing group of people who helped my wife when she had a bicycle accident near the Dome on Whitley Bay seafront on Sunday morning, February 4.

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ROBBERY: Such a kind community

ROBBERY: Such a kind community

As the woman who was robbed in Whitley Bay on the evening of January 16, I would like to thank everyone who has been so supportive and kind.

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BREXIT: We can take back control

BREXIT: We can take back control

I believe Mr Clark has missed the main reason for which people voted leave in the EU referendum, namely to return our country to being a self-governing democracy, in control of our laws, our borders and our money, (News Guardian, January 4).

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COLLECTION: Response is heartening

COLLECTION: Response is heartening

I write to thank Tesco management and staff in Norham Road for allowing our club to collect for local charities again this year.

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PANTO: Long live the traditions

PANTO: Long live the traditions

Well done to Whitley Bay Pantomime Society for its production of Snow White.

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RAILINGS: Not exactly ‘stunning’

RAILINGS: Not exactly ‘stunning’

With reference to your article ‘The blues are making return to Whitley Bay’, (News Guardian, January 25, how can railings painted blue be “stunning”?

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DEVOLUTION: Treat figures with caution

DEVOLUTION: Treat figures with caution

Few economists would brave a 30-year forecast of the effects of a relatively small funding increase to local government, especially coinciding with Brexit.

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CLEANING: Action on complaints

CLEANING: Action on complaints

As a resident of North Shields, I have some concerns over the standard of street cleaning.

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TOILETS: Very little provision

TOILETS: Very little provision

I am alarmed at the closure of public toilets in North Shields.

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HEALTHCARE: Concern at wider issue

HEALTHCARE: Concern at wider issue

The letter from Steve Ratcliffe raised some valid points in relation to A&E cover at North Tyneside General Hospital (News Guardian, January 4), and I would suggest that his views will resonate with the majority of people in North Tyneside.

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PARKING: A signage problem

PARKING: A signage problem

Over the Christmas holidays, we visited the new Beefeater restaurant on the seafront at Whitley Bay and parked in the new car park at Spanish City.

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PARKING: Charge time is too long

PARKING: Charge time is too long

On Thursday, January 18, at 7.15pm, I passed along the seafront by the new Premier Inn, adjacent to the Spanish City site, in Whitley Bay.

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LIBRARY: Oppose cuts to the hours

LIBRARY: Oppose cuts to the hours

The elected mayor and her cabinet are currently looking for budget savings and are again proposing to reduce the hours of Cullercoats Library.

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BREXIT: Criticism is too vague

BREXIT: Criticism is too vague

It would appear that in the weekly column Window on Westminster, MPs Alan Campbell and Mary Glindon have been gifted an open and unopposed forum from which to criticise the Conservative government.

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BREXIT: Decide the priorities

BREXIT: Decide the priorities

Mary Glindon MP says that a strong Labour government would “handle the big question, which is what sort of deal we negotiate with the EU”, (News Guardian, December 21).

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HOSPITAL: No action on complaints

HOSPITAL: No action on complaints

I must say that I fully agree with Steve Ratcliffe, of Cullercoats, on everything he says in his letter about what is left of North Tyneside General Hospital, (News Guardian, January 4).

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DOGS: Obey rules on leads

DOGS: Obey rules on leads

We were pleased to see the new notices explaining that dogs should be kept on a lead on the prom.

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