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Bibby Stockholm sounds like luxury to me

Dear Editor

So protesters think the Bibby Stockholm is inhumane and unsuitable for asylum seekers. Perhaps these students would like to pay for these men’s hotel accommodation? I have never stayed in a hotel and only occasionally had a meal there. Family holidays for the six of us (plus dog) were either a caravan or a tent for a week in the sun or the rain. We would have considered the Bibby Stockholm luxurious, as I would imagine would many other British people.

Kathleen Carr



Thanks for TCW’s support of Israel

Dear Editor 

I just wanted to thank you for continuing to publish articles in support of Israel at this time when so many are totally condemnatory of Israel and the Jews. It must be particularly hard for you to continue to do this since so many of TCW‘s readers seem to disagree with your stance (as the comments section often seems to suggest).

Thank you, thank you, thank you. 

From an evangelical who, like the God he worships, has a particular love for the Jewish people.

Greg Bennett


The vast cost of voting for a disappointment

Dear Editor

I voted in London for a new Mayor on Thursday and I’m sure I won’t get one. In any case, as I emerged from the booth I bumped into a neighbour who works at the council. He said he would be returning to count votes over two whole days that would comprise the weekend. I’m afraid all I wondered was how much this overtime activity – for ultimately an outcome which will disappoint vast swathes of Londoners anyway – would be costing the very people who are desperate for change.

Peter Kenwright



Nasty emissions from our neighbours

Dear Editor

The Climate Change Committee, the government-funded Energy Systems Catapult and those on the Climate Gravy Train are now saying that direct air carbon capture systems are the only way to achieve UK Net Zero 2050. Ignoring the fact that world atmospheric CO2 concentrations are only around 426 parts per million or 0.04 per cent does any sane person really believe the estimated cost of £30billion? Every government’s financial estimates in history have failed spectacularly. One major cost has been ignored. How much is it going to cost to erect a plastic dome over the UK to keep all those nasty greenhouse gases emitted by other countries from blowing into our purified atmosphere?  

Clark Cross 



Send the bill for ‘vaccine’ damage to Bill Gates

Dear Editor

The admission in the High Court by AstraZeneca’s lawyers of known adverse reactions to their so-called covid ‘vaccine’ is likely to be the first in a long line of shuffling of stances by the pharmaceutical industry.

An industry which despite decades of effort failed to find a cure for the common cold yet miraculously saw several companies developing (but failing to test) their cv19 product in record time. It should be noted that they were aided and abetting by the convenient redefining of rules and the abandonment of all previous pandemic plans because it had been deemed to be an ‘emergency’. 

The total number of deaths genuinely attributed to cv19 is going to be far exceeded by the number of deaths and serious life-changing injuries caused by the experimental and untested drugs.
Yet incredibly the bill for compensation will be met by UK taxpayers, to be added to the half trillion pound spend already tossed away by a spendthrift government. 

This and all subsequent bills should be paid by the political and media prostitutes who recited the ‘safe and effective’ mantra, by the ‘personalities’ who pushed the jabs and by those who were shareholders at the time and benefited from the surge in profits.
One of those shareholders was Bill Gates who kept appearing at key moments during the ‘pandemic’, including meetings at No 10 Downing Street; he financed (via his ‘Foundation’) the World Health Organization, numerous ‘planning’ exercises, paid the mainstream media to promote the hysteria and subsequently publicly bragged about achieving a 20-fold return on his investments. The very first invoice should be sent to Gates and all means utilised for its payment.

M Colley

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