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SIR,---If Cyril Ray will kindly indicate how many journalists (worth a damn), writing for what sort of publications (worth a damn), can be 'smart-alecked' and 'soft-soaped' into......

London Sundays

SIR,--I have been commissioned to write a book about the London Sunday--past and present, If any of your readers would like to tell me how they spend theirs, I should be glad to......

Sir,—in View Of The Recent Campaign On Television And In

the press to recruit married women as teachers, the following .case-history may be of interest: Cambridge gave me a first in the English Tripos, an M.Litt. degree, and two......

Am Sorry That Mr. Brand Has Evidently Failed To Benefit

from his broad background, for I fear that the attitude he expresses in his article in the Spectator of March 31 jeopardises rather than aids the 'Teacher's Lot.' I am a......

Printing And The Press

SIR,---Probably any printer, large or small, would tell Mr. John Cole that a regular magazine printing order is more' economical than five jobbing orders. It seems odd,......

Sir,--although Such A Lot Of What Mr. Cyril Ray Says

of pUblic relations is true, I am very perturbed at the continuing abuse of PROs by Mr. Ray. The newly formed Society for the Discouragement of Public Relations, presumably,......

Sir,—i Am Sure Mr. Brand Realises That It Is Not

only the NUT that cannot afford to admit differentials between grammar school teachers and others. What about all the LEAs which have invested in compre- hensive, multilateral,......