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15:58 UK time, Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Breaking news! Someone does their job!
Sarah, Nantwich

Dear Magazine, I have been reading you for a while now and while I've never interacted, you have answered many curiosities of mine ranging from laundrettes to budget airlines and others. However I ask of you, now that the Hastings Pier was "largely destroyed" in a fire - why is it that piers of any kind in this country seem to be the only buildings that just can't seem to be saved when fire breaks out?
Andrea, Manchester, UK

The two scientists who have won the Nobel Prize for Physics are described as being at 'Manchester University, UK.' This is to distinguish it from the other Manchester university where? Bolivia? Suriname?
John Whapshott, Westbury, er, UK

Erm, connected much? Story from 4th October and story from 5th October.
Kevin Langley, Kevin, Eastbourne

If Europe plays as a team, what's the chant?How about "we are the champions"?
Andrew Evans @BBC News Magazine

Graham (Monday's letters), the Bangladeshi tigers are not small. They're just far away.
GDW, Edinburgh

Strangely, the thing which made the biggest impact on me from Monday's letters was a place name. Does Johan really live in "Urk"?
PhilPhil, Norwich, England

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