I think this car should be sent back as it is clearly not fit for purpose.
Could there be a more inelegant sentence than this: "The UK government has failed in its attempts to reverse a decision which blocked its decision to dramatically cut domestic solar power subsidies"? I would suggest an alternative, but it's taken me most of the morning to work out what it means.
John Whapshott, Westbury, Wiltshire
Best sentence on BBC website ever (see how long it takes you to work out the direction of the actual meaning): "The UK government has failed in its attempts to reverse a decision which blocked its decision to dramatically cut domestic solar power subsidies." I'll get my reversible mac.
Louise McMillan, Woking
Hang on! Mike from Southport (Tuesday letters) baked beans and gravy? Together? Really? Good Lord.
Simon Love, London
Interesting decisions not to use quotation marks, no. 34: apparently there's a genuine black hole in our defence budget! Insert obligatory "defence cutbacks really suck" joke here.
Edward Green, London, UK
Ray (Tuesday letters), surely you mean ram-PAhj?