Vote to secure change
I REFER to Nick Ingram's His Say (September 17) and his statement "I'm tired of politics in this country". He mentioned "the centre of power needs to be changed and power returned to the taxpayer".
Perhaps if more citizens bothered to vote, we might have a changed situation in Parliament for a start.
His meaning of the word "politics" was relating to the citizen many times over and over again. I have mentioned in Your Say that it is time for our 'elected' representatives to listen to the people!
I found the meaning of the word politics in the Standard Pocket Dictionary c1900 as 'the science of government', not much hope of that today.
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Regarding Mike Young's letter to Your Say (September 22) stating that the Herald tends to be "biased" in many of its editorials instead of representing itself as the Voice of Plymouth. I must agree with this point, especially in respect of the latest two issues, the airport and the incinerator.
I have also had problems in the past trying to get letters about our flawed membership of the EU past the editor, when we all know that the union controls most of our lives these days.