As such, the leading article
is misleading and does not accurately represent the process of bringing such a large project to fruition.
"However, they say there is a race for every horse and this was Leading Article
's, and I must admit you get quite a lot of satisfaction out of winning races with horses like this as he loves losing."
THE front page leading article
about the pounds 138 charge to change a light bulb ( Mail, January 12) provokes this comment from me.
The focus of the dispute is a leading article
which appeared in the Daily Telegraph on Friday, and suggested Western powers had previously regarded General Musharraf as "our sonofabitch".
I REFER to your leading article
in the December 15 edition regarding the Government's intention to close one-in-four post offices in North and mid-Wales.
(4.15, nap) Having his fourth run and finished runner-up on last two starts, over seven furlongs and one and a half miles.
The investments in the so-called "Macedonian" part of Kumanovo caused great differences in its development, Fejzi Hajdari comments for Thursday's leading article
. While the "Macedonian" part marks fast development, the situation in the areas populated with Albanians is nearly "status quo," namely at the level of prior to the 2001 conflict.
P BENNISON, Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear Editor's note: The strike issue has been dealt with extensively over recent days and weeks and was covered in the leading article
and front page story yesterday.
* SIR - Your leading article
"Time for some new thinking on how we stop criminals re-offending" (Aug 30) needs support from all of us.
Your leading article
( Post, July 27) brought it to my mind.
I also think that the Daily Post is wrong in its attitude to the matter as expressed in the leading article
Those who want to seize power need the tensions in Macedonia, as well as those who want Kosovo's Mitrovica even at the price of destabilizing Macedonia, analyzes Shkeljzen Ljushaj for Friday's leading article