Letter: Krays' days

Sir: Only with trepidation would anyone query the accuracy of Alfred "Stubby" Piles (Pandora, 12 November), but were pork scratchings widely available to be garnished by "bits of Jack's brains" at the time in the 1960s when McVitie's hat (to borrow Al Capone's phrase) got away from his head? Now, if Mr Piles had said "crisps" (with the salt in the little blue packet), his story would have raised no eyebrow.

COLIN BUCKLEY

Manchester

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