Why are there so few poppies?
I have just walked through a very busy Leicester city centre.
Hardly a poppy to be seen.
To think, these men and women gave their lives for this country and still continue to do so. It seems respect is a thing of the past.
Andrew Hunting, Braunstone.
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I would like to say a big thank you to all the people involved on putting on the superb Queniborough fireworks display on Saturday.
I know a lot of hard work must have gone into organising the display. From myself, and I am sure from everybody else, a very big thank you. Here's to next year.
Mr S Hewitt, Syston.
It is outrageous that nuclear test veterans whose lives have been blighted by bomb trials have not received the public apology that they are owed by the Ministry of Defence.
Britain carried out 21 nuclear tests during the 1950s, involving about 28,000 people in the armed forces.
The compensation offered to them is too little, too late.
Oliver Healey, Leicester.
I am writing to express my disgust at the inappropriate and childish manner that is being displayed over the as yet unidentified mortal remains discovered at Greyfriars car park in Leicester.
I feel that the only appropriate way of resolving the political claim game would and should be given to Richard III's living descendants, if the DNA results are matched to them
People seem to forget the man they are squabbling over was not just a king but that Richard III is someone's relative.
Please leave the decision to Michael Ibsen and start showing some respect for once.
Miss H M Donnelly, Leicester.