Political influence

I note Mr Cosgrove has again taken my name and used it in what he sees as an attempt to introduce a note of humour at the start of another political letter.

He then starts this letter with reference to my previous letters to his goodself and refers to himself as meddling in local affairs.

Please, Mr. Cosgrove, read my previous responses.

Nowhere do I refer to you meddling.

What I did say was you had an opinion on all things political as your letter of last week confirms once again.

May I assure you, you can use ‘in the frame’ in any future letters etc. as one reference in the dictionary states: Frame: an expression of words.

Jim Frame,

Wick Lane. Felpham