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Today's letters round-up

Today's letters round-up

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Sustainable transport is a vital part of development

Oxford Mail:

10:38am Monday 27th April 2015

We've seen on one hand plans to review Green Belt land with the aim of developing it, and on the other hand a report that plans for 270 new homes in Littlemore.

Hotel blaze came at huge cost to county taxpayers

Oxford Mail:

10:37am Monday 27th April 2015

Michael Grange, the director of the Randolph Hotel, is quoted at great length about the "devastating" damage to his establishment caused by the recent fire and about the expected "extremely expensive" repairs.

Global warming made up by the climate alarmists

Oxford Mail:

10:35am Monday 27th April 2015

How apt that the activists at Sustainable Wantage decided to switch the lights off for an hour to get attention for their eco-hysteria.

Idea of nuclear deterrent is just a myth in reality

Oxford Mail:

10:35am Monday 27th April 2015

Your correspondent B Gibbs (letters April 21) shows a touching but misplaced faith in a nuclear deterrent.

Hospital urgently needs a Park-and-Ride bus service

Oxford Mail:

10:34am Monday 27th April 2015

Parking at the John Radcliffe Hospital is seriously inadequate and getting worse.

We must have trees as a relief from the concrete

Oxford Mail:

10:33am Monday 27th April 2015

When you look at the plans for Westgate there are trees on Castle Street.

Lack of school places means children are being scattered

Oxford Mail:

10:32am Monday 27th April 2015

I am writing from Chilton where none of the old village were able to get into our community school which has serviced the village since the 1800s...

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