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Not sure it's worth quibbling over a few metres in several thousand. It's big. Don't make a mountain out of a molehill.
Aqua Suliser, Bath
Re: dead mice on parade. Obviously we need to pose one as Jimmy Cagney..."Come out and take it, you dirty, yellow-bellied rat, or I'll give it to you through the door!" Candace, New Jersey, US
Is this New clue to Neanderthal wipe-out the BBC's latest attempt at Saturday night entertainment?
I'll get me spear...
Fi, Gloucestershire, UK
Anyone else click on the New clue to Neaderthal wipe-out link hoping to see cavemen rebounding off big red balls?
Sarah Conner, Birmingham
With the Olympics looming, we're seeing a lot of "Vote for Britain's Top Sportsman of all Time" surveys. Yet I rarely see listed someone who is, I feel, the epitome of all sporting things British, especially of those daring amateurs of Victorian and Edwardian days. I refer, of course, to Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards, in my opinion the greatest British sportsman ever. And, yes, I'm serious.
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales
As it remains illegal for councils and official bodies to post distance signs in metric, perhaps Ray (Guardian of Monitor Weights and Measures) should revise his Monday correspondence to put the imperial measures first and the metric measures second in brackets as they are of lesser significance.
Ray Lashley (Guardian of Monitor Weights and Measures) gave the measures but not the weight: 17.9 tonnes. As the old Routemaster weighed 7.47 tonnes, comparative weight measurements need to be reduced by a factor of about 2.4 (A blue whale is the weight of seventeen Routemasters, but only seven Borismasters) Such is progress - however green the new buses engine is, it has to lug around more than ten tonnes of excess weight compared with its predecessor.
AnnieMouse, surely you should have fetched some item of Swedish traditional protective outerwear to close out your letter?
Rusty, Montreal, Quebec