Recently won a great victory

NO political party would be foolish enough to pursue policies completely the opposite of those on which they had recently won a great

NO political party would be foolish enough to pursue policies completely the opposite of those on which they had recently won a great victory. So would your editor explain why she assumed that from a long list of areas for consideration in Mr David Turner's report to the environment service policy and scrutiny panel, she presumed that the Conservatives would embrace fortnightly rubbish collection as an acceptable policy. Please restrict reporting to the facts. Last week's headlines were an affront to the standards of truthfulness we deserve from the press.BARBARA SEATON - Queens Road, Weston* EDITOR'S NOTE: We printed the whole list of areas of consideration in David Turner's report to the panel. North Somerset Council has one of the worst records of recycling and if it does not take drastic measures to improve this cuts will have to be made in other services to pay the Government's landfill tax. Councillor Deborah Yamanaka, chairman of the environmental services policy and scrutiny panel, confirmed this week that fortnightly collections are an option


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