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Straight to the POINT

SUE BENNETT, Herne Bay, kent.

■ SOMEONE should explain to Lord Cameron that the £8million-plus a day we spend on asylum seekers is a form of foreign aid

D. JOHNSON, Tayport, Fife.

■ ALL those on the dinghies pictured on last Friday’s front page (Mail) look like men. Are women not persecuted where they came from?

P. A. BOULTON, Nottingham.

■ MAYBE obstructive peers of the realm could accommodate a few boat people each in their mansions. That would help.

JUNE HIGHGATE, little Marlow, Bucks.

■ TWO years’ jail for the life of a pensioner. Stop the rot.

BEVERLEY MITCHELL, rochdale, lancs.

■ CHINA has sent a new spy. He’s starting in the right place.

CONRAD ELKINS, Bolton, lancs.

■ MILLI HILL (Mail) thinks a trans woman shouldn’t be in charge of an endometriosis charity. What happened to equal rights?

CHRIS PATE, Worcester.

■ IN FRUIT-PACKING plants, do they employ someone whose job is to put one piece of rotten fruit in each bag?

IAN HARRINGTON, Axminster, Devon.

■ MOST comments from MPs on Rishi Sunak’s shake-up referred to the effect on the party, not the effect on the country.

JACK BUTTERWORTH, Oldham, lancs.

■ WITH more blended families than ever, where are the stepdaughter and stepson Christmas cards?

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