Someone is not telling the truth
Our democracy and freedom is in danger, because the two strands of our democracy cannot be trusted to speak the truth.
Andrew Mitchell should tell the truth even at this late stage because it will not go away and it will harm his party in the end.
His apology is half-hearted, because nobody knows exactly what he said to the police officers.
Why should two police officers invent the phrase "plebs"?
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It is not a common phrase used when angry.
It is more likely to come from an upper class person, which Andrew Mitchell is.
The population is now confused and wondering who to trust, the police or the Government.
The Prime Minister should come off the fence and get to the bottom of this serious problem of trust.
It is either the police who are not telling the truth, or Mr Mitchell.
One way or the other, the public has the right to know. The Government cannot sweep it under the carpet.
Elliot Akinwumi, Blaby.
Jill Friedman is quite right – we must not allow any part of our NHS to be privatised.
We have three excellent hospitals, well run, very professional and very caring.
Especially our stroke wards – Ward 25 at Leicester Royal Infirmary and Ward 8 at the General.
A stroke is a terrible thing, leaving people with all kinds of disabilities.
The doctors, nurses, physios and therapists are all professional people, caring and above all compassionate.
They perform their duties with thought and care for the patient, allowing them to retain a little pride and dignity while still encouraging them to get better.
Please give generously to the Lord Mayor's Stroke Appeal.
Sylvia Cave, Leicester.
When walking up New Walk recently I saw a pair of trousers draped over one of the seats.
Could these belong to Prince Harry on his way to Afghanistan?
Ted Humphreys, Countesthorpe.