CATHERINE Scott rightly lambasts the Olympic Games for its treatment of squash (Life & Style, July 30).
So it’s a pity she couldn’t be bothered to research the names of two of the world’s greatest players; Nick Matthew and James Willstrop.
“Nick Matthews” (three references) and James Wilthrop”, indeed! Sloppy journalism, I’m afraid.
From: Margaret Foster, Selby Road, Leeds.
I REALLY would have expected the Lord Lieutenant to know that Richard 111 was Duke of Gloucester, not Duke of York, a title his father held.