16 JUNE 1955, page 15

Wagga Wagga

SIR,—I feel sure I will not be the only Australian to register protest against Mr. Betjeman's remark that an 'untidy car park surrounded by wooden shacks' would he in any way in......

Sir,—permitting Himself, Apparently, To Ignore Completely...

by railways both in war (as we have learnt for ourselves twice in a lifetime) and in peace (as is being brought home to us very forcibly at the present moment) the author of......

Sir,—your Correspondent In Today's Issue Omits Christ's...

two of its scholars in the new House of COmmons. They represent respectively Fulham East and Argyll. 17 Dornton Road, South Croydon......

99 Gower Street, London, W.c.1

Euston 3221......

Military Training

SIR,—A young employee of mine has just done his annual training for a fortnight at Alder- shot—two weeks which a grower of fruit and vegetables can ill spare. He makes no com-......

Public Relations

SIR,—May I add a footnote to Mr. Brian Inglis's excellent article on 'The Freedom of the Press' in your issue of June 10? The British Institute of Public Relations defines......

Letters To The Editor

Strike-Breakin; Intellectuals an:t Educating MPs Public Relations Military Training Wagga Wagga lahn 0. Carter, Stanley Mayne J. P. Bardde) G. W. Crawfor Rosamund V. Broadley,......

Sir,—it Is Not For Me To Enter Into The Merits

or demerits of your article, or the proposals that you make, but you start the constructive Part of your statement by : 'First, the clause in civil servants' contracts......

Educating Mps

SIR,—I write to protest about the inaccuracy of your correspondent's figures with regard to MPs in the new Parliament who were educated at Oxford. It makes one wonder if his......

Intellectuals And Loyalties

SIR,—I thought Mr. Fairlie slated Mr. Martin with the brutal arrogance of a budding intel- lectual, and so doing begged a number of questions. Mr. Fairlie assumes society is a......