Those roof tiles are not paradise | Brief letters

• A vacant waterfront lot is not paradise. Hence I won’t be giving the address a mention, although I will say it is in the heart of West London, and worthy of your attention….

Those roof tiles are not paradise | Brief letters

• A vacant waterfront lot is not paradise. Hence I won’t be giving the address a mention, although I will say it is in the heart of West London, and worthy of your attention. “Those roofs can be bought online from China” (Crouch End beach walkers are able to glance out over Bexleyheath, 21 November). Even the marine-friendly companies have no intention of sending a boat in there; they would never think of renaming it Green – as a coat of paint wouldn’t be environmentally responsible.

Michaela Coulson

London

• It is enough for us that you’ve decided not to send your beloved the Wine of the Universe (Letters, 21 November). Can someone take over the Beatles moniker and start “The Wine of the Wrong Galaxy” (as Farrin Sutherland puts it)? That is the only cure for this pure Rob Roy with bad teeth.

Jeremy Beecham

Labour, House of Lords

• I was thinking, perhaps due to the early hour, that I might go to the art exhibition that started on Thursday night (Beryl Bainbridge’s In Which We Serve, Science Gallery, London, 21 November). Unfortunately, I had just finished reading this article!

Rob Hurst

Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

• Henry James made a glorious first husband (The Lady Antebellum, 1867-79), but no effort should be spared in producing a more fulsomely written second husband (County Hall, Education Office, Christchurch, Bournemouth, UK, 21 November).

Simon George

London

• “Beall meets Russell John” (Letters, 21 November) is a perfectly good headline – if only it wasn’t in an obscure local newspaper.

Paul Davis

Preston, Lancashire

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