Too bad Lord Geidt – it’s a thankless job | Letters

I can not help but feel sympathy for Lord Geidt (Boris Johnson accused of corruption after the publication of the text of “great exhibition”, January 6). “Boris Johnson’s ethics counselor” must be an even more thankless job description than “Richard Nixon’s honesty counselor”.
Tony green
Ipswich, Suffolk

Jake Wallman says he was born in another millennium than his twin (December 31). But of course it wasn’t: December 31, 1999 and January 1, 2000 are both safe in the second millennium AD, which ended at midnight on December 31, 2000. It exists without any doubt the unknown twins for whom the quoted words are true!
Hedley’s Stone
Southam, Warwickshire

As for the roses by Margaret Davis and others that signal non-seasonal blooms (Letters, January 4), last week the lemon tree on my town’s fifth-floor balcony produced four beautifully scented blooms. While having my morning coffee, I noticed something moving in the leaves: it was a little wren, busy making fun of everything. My question is: how did he know?
Rosalinde Napier
Birmingham

The bus services in my childhood village were all labeled with a letter and number, such as C4 or A2. So, as I sang in chapel Sunday School, I believed the Christian soldiers were being pushed towards Nottingham as they “went to B4” (Letters, January 6).
Philippe clarke
East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire

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