Hey, look! One of the many fires that occur daily in the UK was in London!
Ok, I'm not Jack Straw, but I thought I'd try and help this man. Jon Venables is currently in police custody, you are clearly not, therefore you're not him.
Tony Doyle, Holmes Chapel, UK
"He said the birth will completely rewrite the elephant birth textbooks," Mr Kerr said. I'm curious: how many of these tomes are sold per annum?
Kat Gregg, Coventry
Geoff and Sharon (Wednesday's letters) obviously don't work in education. As a teacher I know that to be graded as Satisfactory by OFSTED means that I need to do better. And if my lesson observation by senior management is graded as satisfactory then I had better look very upset about it, as I am obviously a failing teacher! Satisfactory meaning good enough? Whatever will they think of next.
Kirsty, Birmingham, UK
Geoff, rounding errors. Imagine for example the percentages are 9.1%, 40.4%, 40.2%, 10.3%. Sharon, we have already seen that the government believe that "Satisfactory is not good enough".
Ian, Winchester, UK
I think what Mr Laws was trying to say is that half of all schools are below average. And the other half above average. Which exactly is the definition of average.
Lester Mak, London, UK
Actually, John Airey (Wednesday's letters) they don't. They only need to refund any reservation fee and if they can't find you another standard class seat, you can claim compensation up to the ticket price. They don't have to let you sit in First Class - even if it's empty!
David Richards, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Dear MM - Please could you remind us when movable feasts occur - like Mothers' Day. They can be quite different in ex-pat climes. Although my mum is normally quite balanced, she doesn't half get a cobb on if I forget a card.