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Could a joint approach be possible?

Roger Whitaker, via email

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LeTTERS: Wakefield Council is committed to enhancing district

Coun Matthew Morley, cabinet member for transport and highways in Wakefield.

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Getting tired of Yvette’s complaints

GD Milnes, Greenacres, Purston.

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Newspaper: Wakefield Express.
Story: Ossett library stock image.
Reporter: Don Mort.
Photographer: Andrew Bellis
email: andrewbellisphotography@gmail.com
Twitter: @SnapperAndrewB
Mobile: 07885 426 523
Photo date: 23/05/17
Picture ref: AB147a0517

Council committed to providing library service in Ossett

Sarah Pearson, acting corporate director for regeneration and economic growth at Wakefield Council

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LETTER: Wakefield Council executive’s pay can’t be vindicated

Jean Norfolk, via email

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Wakefield MP Mary Creagh.

LETTER: City has one of the hardest working MPs

Over the past few weeks there has been quite a number of letters in the Express with opinions about our local MP saying that she should resign because of the way that she voted in the Brexit debate.

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Yvette Cooper MP.

LETTER: Don’t fall for it

Across our area vital services are being heavily cut.

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LETTER: Councils ride roughshod over our little village

LETTER: Councils ride roughshod over our little village

As a resident of Ackworth for almost 50 years I find myself totally frustrated with both the parish council and Wakefield Council.

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HS2

LETTER: HS2 millstone

In response to the excellent ‘Counting the cost of HS2’ special report by Don Mort featured in the Express (March 30), I would like to add that in the financial year 2015/16 the 11 directors of HS2 were paid a total of £1,597,162.

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LETTER: We can’t offer permits for free due to cutbacks

LETTER: We can’t offer permits for free due to cutbacks

I write in response to letters about parking permits in the Wakefield Express on March 31.

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Dog poo in a bag which has been thrown into a tree on Barley Cop Lane. Picture: Michelle Blade

Take bags of dog mess home

Bri Shaw, via email

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LETTERS: Self employed should pay same national insurance

So we’ve a whopping £2bn hole in our finances by another woman Prime Minister who was not for turning?

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LETTERS: Help me with Castleford memories

Can anyone in the Rock Hill area in Castleford help me fill in a few memory blanks from my childhood?

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LETTERS: A pointless bridge in Upton

In Upton village, close to the Co-op store on Waggon Lane, there is a humpback bridge over what was once a railway serving Upton Colliery.

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Newspaper: Hemsworth Express.
Story: Complaints are being made about flytipping and littering at the former Westfield Hotel, which is becoming a dangerous eyesore and attracting rats. Pictured is some of the waste material, a large amount of which looks like trade waste, that has been flytipped.
Reporter: Don Mort.
Photographer: Andrew Bellis.
Photo date: 16/02/16
Picture Ref: AB060c0216

LETTERS: Dismayed at littering

I am dismayed, disgusted and disappointed by my fellow countrymen/women with the amount of rubbish that litters our towns, cities and countryside.

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The Brexit Bill has been triggered.

LETTERS: Brexit is extreme and divisive

The Prime Minister is to officially notify the European Union on March 29 that the UK is leaving.

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HS2 project

LETTERS: How HS2 affects South Kirkby

I have had a lot of enquiries regarding the route of the high speed rail track through my ward of South Kirkby, South Elmsall and Moorthorpe.

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LETTERS: Cycle track in Ponefract is important

Forget the involved cycle route beside the ‘cut’ (at the Aire and Calder Navigation).

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LETTERS: What warrants Wakefield Council executive’s salary?

Judy Goodwin, Windross Close, Altofts.

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Ossett post office showing queue.

LETTERS: We want to save Ossett Post Office

I found Alex Story’s article relating to Ossett Post Office (Politically Speaking, January 27) very condescending.

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