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Peterborough | Letters

AS A former bank manager I also deplore the standard of dress these days (Letters), with staff wearing short sleeves and fleeces. As a cashier, I was once sent home to change my white shirt because it had a pinkish tinge. I also recall, as a junior manager, wearing a blazer that bore the company logo when I went for lunch with a customer, who told me in no uncertain terms that if he’d wanted to dine with a bus driver, he would have caught a bus. After that, I wore suits. tony Foot, Mosterton, dorset.