Letters in brief
Sunday 28 December 1997
l ON 21 December you described me, in an article about the rich and the Labour Party ("Red carpet for the rich"), as a "new fan". As a point of accuracy you should note that I was a Labour supporter long before I became rich and have remained a Labour supporter ever since.
l AN INTERESTING piece, but every dead schoolmaster in the land will rise up and haunt Jenny Uglow ("A matter of belief", Section 2, 21 December) if she asks "What troublest thou?" gibbering and shrieking, as I did, "Oh thou fool, 'tis 'What troubleth thee'!".
Life & Style blogs
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