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Daily Archive: Sunday, 6 November 1955

Doing the Lambeth Talk

One F. Platt of Bolton writes to the editor of The Observer. It would be unfair for me to précis this, so it follows in full:

Sir, I have ordered a television set, somewhat against my better judgment, and am now concerned as to how my two daughters, aged twelve and seven years, shall be allowed to use it.

I have, of course, views of my own on the subject, but as many readers must already have faced this problem, I would be grateful for other ideas.