Unsolicited visits are a nuisance
Dear Sir, — Yet again my Sunday afternoon nap has been curtailed by Jehovah‘s Witnesses, calling at my flat and trying to foist a leaflet about their pretend religion onto me.
Surely after doing this several times, and always having the door shut in their faces, they would get the message that I am not interested in the stuff they are trying to promote?
Moreover, they should also have realised by now that their unsolicited visits are a nuisance.
I realise that we in Britain have freedom of religion. However, this should not mean that such cults should feel empowered to harass others. — Yours faithfully,
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