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16:11 UK time, Wednesday, 5 September 2012

"The behaviour, words, and actions of these BP executives would not be tolerated in a middling size company manufacturing dry goods for sale in a suburban mall," says the US Department of Justice. Exactly! What middling-sized dry goods manufacturer that sells through suburban malls would tolerate their executives going off to drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico? The idea is preposterous!
David Richerby, Liverpool, UK

As apparently it's purely symbolic I feel that we should declare anyone who gets a letter published in Magazine Monitor the Freedom of Mars. Heck, we can even let people drive their sheep down Valles Marineris for free.
Ian, Redditch

RE Ray from Turku, Finland (Tuesdays letters), "Only Fools and Horses is..." is the correct structure as it is a singular programme, not a plural.
Andrew Duncan, Muir of Ord, Scotland

Hang on - those guide dog toilets have toilet roll! That's better provision than most humans get at a music festival (well, except Glyndebourne maybe).
Basil Long, Nottingham

To Ben Hill (Tuesday's letters): No, but I did think it was sensational and I haven't been able to get the sound of "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" out of my head since.
Fi, Gloucestershire, UK

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