LETTER: Different story if not for title?

What a wretched report on Lady C’s road traffic collision court case in the Herald (March 2, and online). I have only just read it.

If Lady C did not have such a title, it would be tucked away somewhere in this local rag not on the front page or page 3.

Revealing Lady C’s pension, what had that to do with the RTC case?

Say good luck to Lady C in the mission to keep the castle and stop it crumbling to dust.

And on the subject of the A27 at Hollyacres, on the central reservation at the start of dual carriageway there should be a 40mph sign put up to remind drivers they are still under the 40mph limit for another 200/500m.

At this point, when I pull over to nearside, drivers with lead boots pass me at close to if not higher than national speed limit, which I put down to two types – one ‘I’ve got a cheetah under my bonnet’, the other ‘I’m a rep, it’s not my car’.

Mr R. Whiting

Hayling Rise

Worthing

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