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LETTERS: Pontefract and Castleford readers have their say on HS2, the EU and littering

Improvements are needed to the rail network, but the present proposals show that the strategy has not been thought through, is centred on London and does not meet the needs of the rest of the country.

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LETTERS: Express readers on race hate crime, tracing relatives and swifts

LETTERS: Express readers on race hate crime, tracing relatives and swifts

Leavers did not vote for the ugly face of hate crime.

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LETTERS: Wakefield readers on having pride in our city and the EU

LETTERS: Wakefield readers on having pride in our city and the EU

I would like to assure Mike Loakman that Wakefield Council, and the many people who actually live in Wakefield, do have pride in our city.

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LETTERS: Wakefield readers have their say on racism and the EU, city regeneration and elections

Your headline last week posed the rhetorical question ‘Ugly Face of Hate Crime – Is this what we voted for?’

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LETTERS: Our readers have their say on disabled parking, the EU and state pension age

WASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality - demonstrated at the House of Parliament on Wednesday, June 29.

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SHOWING THE WAY: A volunteer at the National Coal Mining Museum.

Mining museum’s helpers to go under the spotlight

The National Coal Mining Museum will be championing the work of their helpers during National Volunteers’ Week.

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Story: Cyclists make their way through the streets of South Elmsall. 
Tour de Yorkshire  Mens race- Stage Two, Saturday 30th April 2016.
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LETTERS: Fury as potholes in the Five Towns are fixed for Tour De Yorkshire

Some of the roads in Pontefract and the rest of the Five Towns have needed council attention for years.

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The Prince of Wales Hospice in Pontefract. (P542D339)

LETTERS: Our readers on Pontefract and Wakefield hospitals, academies and fundraising

Crisis is a word often over used when talking about the NHS, but when used in relation to describing the hospital trust responsible for Wakefield and Pontefract, it is always true.

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LETTERS: Memories of Ferrybridge, regeneration and Town End, Pontefract

I have recently been reading about the closure of Ferrybridge C power station with mixed feelings.

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LETTERS: Wakefield Post Office, the EU, road safety and energy strategies

How wonderful it is to see Mary Creagh campaigning to save the Post Office in Wakefield.

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LETTER SPECIAL: Wakefield readers have their say on whether to stay or leave the EU.

LETTER SPECIAL: Wakefield readers have their say on whether to stay or leave the EU.

When are we going to witness a personality who is going to express views and opinions on behalf of the people who oppose remaining in the EU?

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LETTERS: EU renegotiation achieved little

David Cameron’s counterfeit EU renegotiation aimed low, achieved little, and evades the pivotal economic and constitutional arguments.

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LETTERS: Are the Five Towns becoming suburbs of Wakefield and Leeds?

Over many years the Express has raised concerns about the lack of manufacturing jobs in the Five Towns, as well as housing, health and policing issues.

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LETTERS: The EU

So the vast majority of our local MPs, perhaps with the exception of Morley and Outwood MP Andrea Jenkyns, want to stay in the EU.

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LETTERS: Pontefract town centre is a disgrace

The state of Pontefract town centre and others is a disgrace with rubbish and chewing gum strewn all over.

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LETTERS: Wakefield Council budget

The article regarding the council budget (Express, February 11) quotes Coun Peter Box as saying: “We are still going to collect people’s refuse.”

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LETTERS: Thanks to Wakefield Council for funds

We would like to say thank-you to Wakefield Council.

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LETTER: Regeneration plans for Knottingley

In response to the letter from Ray Pick (Express, February 11) I would like to assure him we have ambitious plans for the regeneration of our whole district - as a place where people want to live, work and do business.

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LETTER: Pilgrimages by King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Each year the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry organises pilgrimages to the battle areas of the First World War.

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The last shift: Miners in the lamp room after thier last shift, as deep coal mining comes to an end in the UK at Kellingley Colliery.   18 December 2015.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

LETTER SPECIAL: Sad farewells to Kellingley Colliery

In the wake of the tragic closure of Big K recently and the dismantling of the memorial to the miners who lost their lives digging for the black gold, might I suggest that the good people of Knottingley seriously consider raising funds for our own permanent memorial to these men?

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