Ed, Thursday's Letters - Schoolboy error. In this case "without" means outside - the opposite of within. I'll get my coat as I'm not going without the building without it in this weather!
David of Cardiff, according to the OED, since 1910.
The last sentence here "where he was given tea, biscuits and curry chips" seems like redundant detail but does raise the question: what are curry chips? Did they mean 'curry and chips'?
MJ Simpson, Leicester
As two female Popes, well under 76, my daughter and I have felt seriously overlooked - especially as we both did Latin at school and can do the lingo - although we can see that living in new build houses without chimneys we are going to have some difficulties with sending up the white smoke...
Louise Pope, Birmingham
My Friday looked as if it were taking a turn for the better when I saw the headline 'MPs to examine whiplash claim levels'. How I looked forward to stories of male MPs cowering in dungeons before fierce leather-covered women wielding...Anyway, it wasn't about that.
Gregory III - a pope ahead of his time!
Jill B, Detroit "under new management"