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BREXIT: Angry at lost opportunities

BREXIT: Angry at lost opportunities

In her column, Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP asks readers to contact her ‘if you have concerns as to how Brexit will affect you directly’(Northumberland Gazette, February 28).

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CUTS: Do not suffer in silence

CUTS: Do not suffer in silence

I was absolutely shocked and sickened following the publication of a Freedom of Information request made of Northumberland County Council which shone a light on a truly shameful situation, not only across the county, but specifically in Alnwick too.

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PLANS: No discussion taking place

PLANS: No discussion taking place

I feel I must take issue with Northumberland Estates’ statement in the article ‘Concern about roundabout plans’ (Northumberland Gazette, February 28).

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PLANS: Consequences can’t be fixed

PLANS: Consequences can’t be fixed

We note your article re the revised plans from Northumberland Estates to build 60 houses, plus a main road to the train station with bus terminal and car park, off Curly Lane and the A1068 (Northumberland Gazette, February 28).

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Recycling: Leave tops on the bottles

Recycling: Leave tops on the bottles

In response to the letter from GL Hopper, Amble, regarding recycling (Northumberland Gazette, February 28), I can clarify that my initial article was correct concerning bottle tops.

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NHS: Forcing out senior doctors

NHS: Forcing out senior doctors

At a time when the National Health Service is faced with growing staff shortages, senior and highly experienced GPs and hospital doctors in the North East are cutting back on their work or leaving the profession entirely.

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DEVELOPMENT: Hedging has been removed

DEVELOPMENT: Hedging has been removed

Your readers may not be aware that the Windy Edge housing development, which has just commenced site excavation, also involves the removal of substantial lengths of hedgerow.

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