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15:28 UK time, Monday, 9 November 2009

How appropriate that after his hit song, Tom should have continued his interest in traffic matters on the motorway.
Simon Rooke, Nottingham, UK

What's with all the text on the main picture of the Greggs article? After seeing it I felt like I didn't need to read the rest of the article. I still did though, because I love you.
Rob, London

"There's a huge chunk of blokes who want lots of food cheaply. (Greggs is) doing that job absolutely superbly."

"Huge chunk of blokes", or "huge chunky blokes"? Was this a typo?
Martin, Bristol, UK

The picture of Gordon Brown not bowing his head at the cenotaph, which Paper Monitor describes as "rather inconclusive", also shows him not eating custard, not smoking, not heading a football and not winking at the Queen, amongst many other non-activities. What sort of picture WOULD have conclusively showed him not bowing?
John Whapshott, Westbury, England

Oh Caroline, (Friday's letters), your parents have done a bang up job with you, and their draconian measures have made you the well-rounded person your letter suggests.
Peter, Cardiff, Bristol

"Macaques find fake monkeys creepy." Really? Can't think why.
Rob, London, UK


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