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Council should keep its hands off our libraries

The council has just transferred Fawcett Street library to the museum building and, in the process, decimated the amount of books we can borrow.

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I will work hard for city

I will work hard for city

I would like to thank all the people who voted in the Sandhill by-election on January 12 , and the 824 people who have put their faith in me and lent me their votes.

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Need to keep library services

Need to keep library services

I am extremely disappointed at the further proposed cuts to Sunderland Library Services as reported in the Echo on January 11.

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MP should back vote

MP should back vote

I read with scorn the article in the Gazette by our “esteemed” MP with regard to her criticism of the Prime Minister’s decision to implement our leaving the single market.

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Fan support

Fan support

Everyone is going on about the 42,000 that supported the team the other day.

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Help protect teenagers

Help protect teenagers

In the first 24 hours of Barnardo’s campaign calling on the Government to introduce compulsory age appropriate sex and relationship education (SRE) for all children in England, more than 700 people have contacted over half the country’s MPs.

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Council must do better

Council must do better

The people of Sunderland aren’t stupid.

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Knit to help animal care

Knit to help animal care

I am writing to ask readers who enjoy knitting to support SPANA’s Big Knit for Vet Kit fundraising campaign this January and February.

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Show a wave of  support

Show a wave of support

I would like to give thanks to the hard work put in by the council workers responding to the recent storm surges and high tides at Seaburn.

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Who was the comic hero?

Who was the comic hero?

Many years ago I recall buying a comic maybe the Victor or Hotspur.

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Cats spoiling my garden

Cats spoiling my garden

Too many charity shops

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Let’s take the moral high

Let’s take the moral high

The Prime Minister has, this week, talked about us taking ‘responsibility for others’ which I heartily support.

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Feeling future slipping away

Feeling future slipping away

The Prime Minister’s pledge to implement new measures to improve mental health services for young people couldn’t be more timely.

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Response not good enough

Response not good enough

Re:Misuse of Disabled Badges in Sunderland

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Why I voted for Lib Dems

Why I voted for Lib Dems

I’d just like to say congratulations to Stephen O’Brien for winning the Sandhill’s ward on Thursday. He deserved it because of all his hard work in the area.

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Let’s rethink celebrations

Let’s rethink celebrations

I resent being woken up at silly o’clock every January 1 by the council’s fireworks. This year it took me even longer to get back to sleep. Also, it can’t be good for households with pets.

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Time to lose the negativity

Time to lose the negativity

Richard Beck’s letter (Echo January 5) seems to be the latest in a concerted effort to talk down the UK.

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My thanks to lady leaders

My thanks to lady leaders

I am very happy we now have a lady in office as our Prime Minister and Theresa May is doing a good job in such difficult times we are facing.

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What a waste of our money

What a waste of our money

Thankfully this Labour Council’s latest excess of spending taxpayer’s money on vanity projects was exposed by Conservation Councillor Robert Oliver.

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Pyjamas are female issue

Pyjamas are female issue

Regarding the people in pyjamas (Echo, January 7), I agree with everything the readers said and have observed that it is mostly women.

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