My advice to Brexiteer: it’s better to drink cask beer | Brief letters
Stonehenge tunnel | Lager v beer | Highway Code for cyclists | Under the weather | Buttered Weetabix | Insinuate, imply or infer
Contrary to your report (12 January), Unesco has not given approval in principle to a tunnel under Stonehenge. While it acknowledged that a tunnel could improve the setting of the stones themselves, it was concerned about the huge damage that would ensue to the rest of the world heritage site. The only options in the consultation should be ones that do no further harm to the site, one of our greatest national assets. Anything less would be a betrayal of the government’s duty to safeguard this iconic landscape for future generations.
Head of campaigns, Campaign for Better Transport
• Kyle Taylor, the director of Smart Brexit, appears delighted that Labour has accepted that Brexit is inevitable and hopes that a “decent crate of lager rather than a cheap three-litre of cider” is brought to the party (Letters, 12 January). Might I respectfully suggest that he has set his sights far too low and that good quality British cask beer might be more palatable, smart and acceptable to all of us, Brexiteers or not.
Source: Guardian Transport