26 FEBRUARY 1972, Page 18

Iniquitous Bill

Sir: I feel that I must write in appreciation of the Spectator's masterly leader on the Iniquitous (Common Market) Bill. It concisely expresses the views reached after long talks in our own family, which include those of my GP husband, and my three married sons and their wives.

The " general madness " abroad, characterised by the complete removal of every critical faculty, could only have been induced by the distortion and suppression of the true facts about the whole Common Market affair, through a Brilliant but unscrupulous propaganda campaign!

Margery Dean The Old Rectory, Wivenhoe, Colchester, Essex