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Is global warming affecting our toilet habits?
The article about drug consumption (Connexion, January issue) prompts me to write.
Poor Mr and Mrs Carleton. What a sad story (Pension drop brings worry, Connexion, January issue) – “no holidays, no birthday treats, relying on charities”.
I was surprised to read the remark in an article (Connexion, December issue) that “…telephone sales companies should be allowed to exercise their right to prospect for business. If it was outlawed, people who work in call centres would lose jobs”.
Re your article on “tu versus vous” and the important question of style when addressing a lover.
What compensation can we expect from the UK government to make up for our loss of human rights, not to mention the extra expenses and financial losses we have incurred since Brexit was announced?
I fear those who are protesting against the pensions changes may be missing the point.
Many readers write about the problems and difficulties of life in France so we are highlighting a pleasant experience.
I explained to a French friend that, after January 31, I will not have any voting rights in France and, since I’ve lived here for 18 years, I have no voting rights in the UK either.
I’m surprised at Irene Pope’s opinion of food around Poitiers (Letters, December issue).