Labour’s letters long and boring
Dear Sir, — I realise that it is not easy to keep newspapers afloat in an age that is dominated by soundbites and the apparent inability of people to be separated from their electronic devices.
Newspapers are apparently so little read nowadays that even the nationals have to beg for financial donations from their readership. It would be very sad if the Chronicle were to go under, because it is usually excellent value for money; it combines a mass of basic information about our community with a very generous editorial policy in the matter of a letters column.
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