February 20 letters: Train babble is a ticket to rage

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From: ME Wright, Grove Road, Harrogate.

I MIGHT have been on the same train as Andrew Vine (The Yorkshire Post, February 17) and sharing his irritation with mindless jargon and acronyms. Add to that the “retail manager” listing what seemed to be each individual sandwich, KitKat and crisp – a high-speed gabble, presumably to ensure mandatory completion before the next “calling point”. But are “they” listening? I doubt it.

From: Ruthven Urquhart, High Hunsley, Cottingham, East Yorkshire.

IF, in the future, my driverless car can go to Beverley on its own, is it too much to ask it to do our weekly shopping whilst it is there?