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17:14 UK time, Tuesday, 28 August 2007

If Harold Wilson sued The Move, was the 1960s the era of Writpop?
Nigel Macarthur, London, England

I enjoyed reading your article about custard creams being the nation's favourite biscuit as I am partial to one or two myself! However i was surprised on reading further down the main page that the daily quiz was about the nations favourite biscuit! As Homer Simpson might say, doh!
David Scott, Belfast

The quote "it is not known... what they have done with all the soil" in this story perhaps explains the prevalence of baggy trousers and vaulting horses in the Manchester area.
Norbert, Fife, UK

I was so excited to read that 'the dishwasher could feasibly be charged with a criminal offence' in this story until I read the whole paragraph, that is.
Diane, Sutton

From today's front page, two stories I pray aren't related: "Shoppers 'face meat price rises'" and "Hedgehogs join 'protection' list". Although that hotdog I had yesterday did taste kind of strange...
Robin, Glasgow (formerly Edinburgh)

Personally, I do trust the timetable: it's the buses I don't trust.
Alexander Lewis Jones, Nottingham, UK

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