Pride and too much prejudice

From: Brian Sheridan, Redmires Road, Sheffield.

LIKE the students Monsignor Paul Grogan meets as chaplain of Leeds Trinity University (Yorkshire Post, February 6), I cannot understand how anyone can reasonably oppose the new marriage Bill unless there is some underlying prejudice.

There is much talk of “dismantling” and “destroying” traditional marriage. As my wife and I approach our diamond wedding, we cannot see how any future legislation could devalue what we have.

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From: Godfrey Bloom, UKIP MEP for Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.

LET’S hope these continuing scandals about horsemeat encourage families to return to good old home cooking, with meat and veg bought locally, so ensuring freshness and helping small local traders.

From: Graham Lund, Girvan, Scotland.

MAY I ask what has happened to all the “beef” products withdrawn recently? Surely they can still be used for pig feed?

Lord knows

From: Ken Holmes, Cliffe Common, Selby.

WITH reference to the Honorary High Stewardship of the City of Hull (Yorkshire Post, February 6), why can’t Lord Prescott come to terms with the fact that he is no longer as popular as he thinks he is?

Perfect choice

From: Peter Brooke, Sleningford Rise, Bingley.

THE Prime Minister says he is 
to appoint an Inspector of Hospitals (Yorkshire Post, February 7). Step forward Julie Bailey, the woman who exposed the Stafford scandal.