Re: Schools urged not to shut in snow. What else then, open the doors so it can escape?
Rik Alewijnse, Feering, UK
The BBC asks how 2010 is different to 1963. I, for one, am glad that in one way it's just like 1963, inasmuch as families can gather around the TV on a Saturday evening to watch Doctor Who!
Beautiful snap, but isn't it time we stopped calling it a "snap"?
Oh, the nominative determination here!
Catherine Hall, St Newlyn East, Cornwall
"Turbines in the nine zones could generate up to 32 gigawatts of power, a quarter of the UK's electricity needs." As Olympic-sized swimming pools or areas the size of Wales can't be used in an electical context, it should be pointed out that this is enough energy to power 26.4 DeLoreans fitted with flux capacitors?
The Bob, Glasgow
DON'T use cat litter as grit! (Thursday's letters) It has clay in it, which is 10 times more slippery than ice when its wet!
Oh Liam (Thursday's letters). Thank you so much. Apart from falling off my chair laughing, you have just saved me about 250 hours work per year. LMGTFY is about to become a mainstay of my response armoury.
Kevin Friery, Portsmouth UK
Did I just use the letters form to try and enter the WBQ? (Hangs head in shame)
Ed, Clacton, UK