Coca-Cola’s journey on the road to ruin | Brief letters

Coca-Cola’s journey on the road to ruin | Brief letters
Christmas truck tour | Seats on trains | Tired old phrases | Frictionless Brexit | Ambrosia | Highlighting names

Apart from the health issues, the idea that a company drives over 700,000 miles in order to give out rubbish in single-use aluminium cans sums up all that is wrong with capitalism and its cavalier destruction of our world (Coca-Cola’s Christmas truck tour hits bumps in the road, 14 November).
Rachel Meredith
Long Marston, North Yorkshire

• While travelling by train from Liverpool to Stafford last year, an announcement politely reminded passengers that, “if anything on the seat next to you can’t move, doesn’t breathe and hasn’t bought a ticket, then it shouldn’t have a seat” (How to avoid a railway seat ‘altercation’, G2, 13 November).
Estelle Smart
Malvern, Worcestershire

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Source: Guardian Transport

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