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Letters: High wages don't equal high worth

These letters appear in the 31st January issue of The Independent

Letters: NHS data-sharing is good for patients

These letters appear in the 31st January issue of The Independent

Letters: Tory campaign seems designed to attract bigots

These letters appear in the Wednesday 28th January edition of the Independent

Letters: As faith leaders, we urge the Government to resettle thousands more Syrian refugees

Muslim, Jewish and Christian leaders join the call for the UK to do more

Letters: Tough government could give Greece new hope

These letters appear in the January 27 edition of The Independent

Letters: Tony Blair and the evidence of the Iraq defectors

These letters appear in the 26th January issue of The Independent

Syrian refugee 'Nour' with her two month-old daughter. She was one of the first Syrians to come to the UK when the Government agreed to resettle 100 people from the country

Open letter to David Cameron on Syrian refugees: 'Several hundred people' isn't good enough

Last January, following a concerted campaign supported by The Independent, the Government committed to resettling 500 of the most vulnerable Syrian refugees

Letters: The super-rich – do we beat them or join them?

These letters appear in the 24th January issue of The Independent

Letters: Can Islam be reconciled with reason?

These letters appear in the 23rd January issue of The Independent

Letters: At last, a university stands up to its managers

These letters appear in the January 21 edition of The Independent

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