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[bar] IN 1952, Her Majesty's government announced the start of UK nuclear weapons testing; newspapers carried reports of atrocities carried out by British troops in Malaya; the armed forces were sent on a futile mission to suppress the uprising in Kenya.

In 2012, Her Majesty's government announced plans to press ahead with the Trident replacement programme; the conduct of British troops in Iraq remains to be fully investigated; the Armed Forces are still fighting a futile war in Afghanistan.

How many cheers does this deserve? Paul McGowan Earlsdon Avenue South, Coventry.

[bar] I WOULD like to thank the people who responded with their memories of working at Carbodies and indeed other famous factories now long-gone from Coventry. Unfortunately, I didn't glean new information about the Carbodies Capri but I certainly had some interesting conversations.

Isabel Fairbrother, Club secretary, Capri Mk1 Register.

RECENT letters suggested that J Hampton, of Longford, doesn't have a sense of humour. I disagree. His call for a return to a Labour government was the best joke I've heard for ages.

N Blackford Newington Close, Coundon, Coventry.
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jun 7, 2012
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