BBC's licence to bill us must stop; To the Point.
WHY should we, the television licence-payers, fund BBC executive flights, pay for champagne to be glugged by celebrities and fork out for lavish meals and taxis for them to get work?
Why can't they pay for their own, like everybody else going to work?
It's about time that the BBC appointed somebody with the paying public at heart - not their selfish selves.
Mr F Stones, Barnsley, S Yorks
WE were sickened to learn about mindless yob Robert Newlands, from Castle Douglas in Scotland, who kicked a hedgehog to death in front of horrified children. Several studies have shown people who are cruel to animals may also go on to commit violent offences against humans, too.
Let us always try to ensure these people have the fullest, most severe punishment possible for carrying out such cowardly attacks.
Fay Vass, Chief Executive British Hedgehog Preservation Society Dhustone, Shrops