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16:16 UK time, Wednesday, 8 December 2010

So Phillip Hammond tells us that there is a government "code of practice" for shovelling snow. Why doesn't that make me feel any better?
Kipson, Norwich, UK
Monitor note: How about this?

So Turn Back Time: The High Street (Britain's changing High Street) basically proved that people will shop at supermarkets even when they say they prefer smaller stores?
Robert Weeks @BBC Magazine

Anyone else think Tom Webb (Tuesday letters) is probably a spy and trying to divert our attention?
Paul, Ipswich

Wait...Paper Monitor has a father?! I had always assumed that he/she/it was immaculately conceived (Tuesday letters).
Joel, Hamburg, Germany

Take no notice of your father, he lacks sense with or without those dreadful sweaters. We'll see you on 25th: the Browns are bringing their eldest, who's married (!!) to a real journalist with a newspaper and everything. If you can spare a moment, do let me know if you're in the middle of a food fad, but to be honest it would be easier all round if you had just let yourself go again.
Love you xx.
Mrs Monitor (Senior), Mayfair, London

Michael in Croydon (Tuesday letters) - lucky you, I'm still hitting ones from last year.
Paul Greggor, London (N)

Paper Monitor addressed the question of whether it's OK for a grown woman to dress like a four-year-old. It's better than dressing children like adults, but is it so hard to be oneself and embrace whatever age that is?
Nadja Wolfe @BBC News Magazine

Thought you were talking about Ann Widdecombe dressing up as Dorothy from Wizard of Oz for her Movie Strictly Come Dancing special - that was so wrong on so many counts.
Lesley Gilchrist @BBC News Magazine

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