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Letters: Abuse not 'Asian' but thoroughly British

These letters appear in the September 1 edition of The Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (31 August 2014)

More than 100 years ago one of Scotland's proudest and most principled sons, Keir Hardie, became .....

Letters: From the cradle to the Lords, an unequal country

These letters appear in the August 30 edition of The Independent

Letters: Stop blaming the Rotherham abuse scandal on race

These letters appear in the August 29 edition of The Independent

Letters: Rotherham’s abused treated as 'throwaway girls'

These letters appear in the August 28 edition of The Independent

Letters: Referendum will not end enmity and division

These letters appear in the August 26 edition of The Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (24 August 2014)

Newmarket is a dump ("Tory minister lines up with racing royalty against new homes", 17 August). .....

Letters: Wellspring of Foley murder is Arabian oil

These letters appear in the Friday 22nd August edition of the Independent

Letters: Pity the container migrants, but don’t let them in

These letters appear in the August 20 edition of The Independent

Letters: Tabloid BBC and the Cliff Richard raid

These letters appear in the August 19 edition of The Independent

Letters: This time, we would be right to act in Iraq

These letters appear in the August 18 edition of The Independent

Action from the 2nd match at the inaugural Wave World Kabaddi League at the O2

IoS letters, emails & online postings (17 August 2014)

Your portrayal of Middlesbrough ("'Worst town citizens' defy bulldozers", 10 August), is misleadi.....

Letters: Condemn Israel, don’t hate Jews

These letters appear in the August 16 edition of The Independent

Letters: Ancient hatred stalks the land once more

These letters appear in the August 15 edition of The Independent

Letters: This election is a travesty of democracy

These letters appear in the August 14 edition of The Independent

Letters: Minister, couldn’t you bear to live in my borough?

These letters appear in the August 13 edition of The Independent

Letters: Yet another ‘intervention’ in the Middle East

These letters appear in the August 12 edition of The Independent

Letters: Judge Israel and Arabs by the same standards

These letters appear in the Monday 11th August issue of The Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (10 August 2014)

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