I recall there used to be, with good reason, a limit to the length of readers’ letters published in the Observer.
Not any more, apparently.
In letters (November 25), a 1,000-word diatribe from Hastings Design Group was so impenetrably dull, I suggest not one of your readers could possible have stayed awake long enough to read it.
Important information it may (or may not) have been, who knows; but to occupy so many columns of your limited letters space is, frankly, ridiculous.
I hope I have been sufficiently succinct to be considered for publication.
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