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Dear Jo: Readers' letters.

WOMEN WANT A MILLION

WHEN I read that there are few women contestants on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? my first thought was that they must find it hard to get time away from their children.

To be available at that time in the evening for an indefinite period involves intricate arrangements.

Most men sail through life not thinking about such things.

I would love to have applied to the show but had to think about who would pick the kids up from school, feed them and look after them.

Maggie Ball Didsbury, Manchester

MY husband and I are disgusted by the way Chris Tarrant tries to change the minds of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? contestants when they think they know an answer - and it's the right one.

We wish he'd cut it out as they sometimes lose cash as a result.

Mr and Mrs Osman Gwent, South Wales
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 14, 1999
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