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Letters: Turning a blind eye to the butchery in Gaza

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

Letters: A day out with the toffs who snaffle EU subsidies

The following letters appear in the July 23 edition of The Independent

Letters: Radicalised by the assault on Gaza

These letters appear in the 21st July issue of The Independent

Letters: Obama’s outrage seems to have its limits

These letters appear in the 21st July issue of The Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (20 July 2014)

Zoë Harcombe states that the obesity epidemic started when we followed the "wrong" kind of dietar.....

Letters: Under Isis or not, civilians have right to get aid

These letters appear in 19th July issue of The Independent

Letters: There is only one Gaza – and it is being destroyed

These letters appear in the July 17 issue of The Independent

Letters: Why do we swallow Hamas propaganda?

These letters appear in the Tuesday 15th issue of The Independent

Letters: The Great War’s many victims

These letters appear in the July 14 edition of the Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (13 July 2014)

While I can see that the EU judgment on "the right to be forgotten" has caused problems for journ.....

Letters: Mass surveillance will not protect us

These letters appear in the July 12 edition of The Independent

Letters: Attack on right to strike signals new serfdom

These letters appear in the July 11 edition of The Independent

Letters: Tories, party of the international super-rich

These letters appear in the Thursday 10th issue of The Independent

Letters: I’m a proud English Scottish Nationalist

These letters appear in the July 9 issue of The Independent

Letters: This is football, but not as we know it

These letters appear in the July 8 issue of the Independent

Why would you want to wear the niqab?

These letters appear in the Monday 7th issue of The Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (6 July 2014)

I have seldom encountered a newspaper that manages to face in both directions simultaneously. In .....

Letters: Football, a metaphor for the whole world

These letters appear in the July 5 issue of the Independent

Letters: US trade deal cedes British sovereignty

These letters appear in the Friday 4th issue of The Independent

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