I am seriously doubting the ability of Theresa May to abide by previous decisions.
Britain keeps its promises, particularly to those most in need.
I could not agree more with the sentiments expressed by your correspondent Elizabeth Pywowarczuk (Vandals Should Have To Pay, News Views, April 20).
Much has been said about Newark’s constant traffic congestion.
I voted leave in the EU referendum because many poorer people thought it would benefit them.
The idea that grammar schools are only for children of rich people is without foundation.
There is a very simple solution to the problems posed by the A1/A46/A17/B6166 junction at Newark.
I would like to address the person who vandalised the owl on the bench on the riverside walk by Newark’s Sconce and Devon Park.
The Newark part of the March Of The Mods fundraiser for the Teenage Cancer Trust was held at the town’s RAFA Music and Venue Club.
The use of palm oil for new bank notes would be outrageous, as it is causing the destruction of Indonesian rainforests, with loss of habitat for endangered orangutan and other species.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has warned dog owners to take greater responsibility for their pets. (Warning To Irresponsible Dog Owners, Advertiser, April 6).
We write to express our agreement with Hilary Pye’s disgust at the NatWest bank’s branch closure decision (Closure Shock, News Views, April 6).
I can’t help thinking the seemingly growing trend of closing high street bank branches is a retrograde step.
Newark is fast becoming the new wild west of the East Midlands — a seemingly lawless place where people can flout regulations and get away with it because there is no longer sufficient law enforcement in the town.
Oh no, not again. Perhaps the Scottish National Party and its leader, Nicola Sturgeon, will keep on calling for a referendum until they get the answer they want.
I live in Australia and I am trying to trace a friend, Stephen Oram, who I have lost touch with over the years.