Hiding behind quirky names

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From: ME Wright, Grove Road, Harrogate.

RECENT events make me agree with Dai Woosnam’s view that internet services and newspapers should insist on “true names” being used (The Yorkshire Post, October 9).

While I realise that comments from ‘Feedback’ readers are subject to editorial scrutiny, I can’t help wondering why similar quirky signatures are never seen in the Letters columns. Would “Outraged, Harrogate” carry the same cachet as “Disgusted, Tunbridge Wells”? Probably not!

From: Andrew Mercer, Guiseley.

THE more I read about Leeds and Partners, the more I think there needs to be an inquiry into the poor governance of the marketing agency.