Tennis fault

From: Kenneth Radcliffe, The Knowle, Shepley, Huddersfield.

THE sooner the coverage of Wimbledon is handed over to ITV, the better.

I find it outrageous that arguably the most important programme on television, the BBC news at 6pm, is relegated to BBC2 because a surly Scotsman is playing a game of tennis.

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Cost effective

From: Kenneth Raine, Worthville Close, Keighley, West Yorkshire.

REGARDING the costs of the inquiry into Grahame Maxwell, North Yorkshire’s police chief (Yorkshire Post, June 28).

A ticking-off behind closed doors would have sufficed, and saved so much fuss and expense.

Who’s who?

From: John Gordon, Whitcliffe Lane, Ripon.

YOU told us last week that the Canadians will say “Kate and Wills”. Will we be allowed to say “Chas and Cam” at the Great Yorkshire Show?

Flour power

From: Mr Welford, Railsfield Rise, Leeds.

CRUSTY Pudding. What is the recipe?

My father used to say that once he had rubbed the flour and fat together, his hands were never so clean.

That way, he consequently didn’t need to put anything else in.

How should this be so?

Cutting remark

From: CD Round, Lee Lane East, Horsforth, Leeds.

WHEN are we going to hear that allowances for local councillors have been cut by 20 per cent in line with all town hall spending reductions?

Tax matters

From: Mr Robin Small, Nethergate, Driffield.

PLEASE remind Sir Bernard Ingham (Yorkshire Post, June 29) that public sector workers are also taxpayers.