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I read with interest the article about village Resistance fighters capturing 1,000 Nazis (see August issue).
In 1972, road deaths in France exceeded 16,500. By 2018, bearing in mind more cars on more and faster roads, the figure (dependant on which source you use) is 3,488.
I read with interest Mr Stolworthy’s letter “Leave us to our decision” (see August issue) in which he mentions that his decision in 2016 was “made after a great deal of research” and that “on every measure and comparison, the UK far outstrips the EU…”
Regarding your article “Food for vegans is subsidised by cattle farmers like me” (see August issue).
Your article (see August issue) informing us that households will bear the brunt of an anti-drought plan rekindles the argument that more should be done to stop leakages in the water distribution systems.
Your article (see June 2019, P20) rightly says children “living in France, whether they are French or not” require an Autorisation de sortie du territoire.
Your recent invitation to share “language contretemps” led to a happy memory and a surprising discovery.
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