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Tiger, free-range – the pros and cons of popular parenting styles

What’s the best way to raise your child? It’s a question that has provoked the publication of numerous books, and seen authors race to coin the next quirky name for a new style of parenting.

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Letters to the editor

Letter of the week: MK Citizen was entirely correct about cows

It’s lovely to hear Anne Edmonds’ memories of the concrete cows appearing at Bancroft and her mother being interviewed by the Daily Mail, Citizen, April 28.

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A selection of letters to the MK Citizen this week

Letters to the Editor: ‘Service crucial for vulnerable children’

A selection of letters to the MK Citizen this week.

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Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor: Milton Keynes is a sitting duck for developers

A selection of letters to the MK Citizen this week, have your say.

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Air ambulance was called to Rustington

Letter of the Week: Grateful thanks to my heroes of MK

I write in regard to a traffic accident I was unfortunately involved in on April 8, on Standing Way in Milton Keynes involving an overseas HGV.

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Letters to the Editor: ‘Don’t add to body conscious problem’

Letters to the Editor: ‘Don’t add to body conscious problem’

A selection of letters to the editor from the Milton Keynes Citizen this week.

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Letters of the Week: Chief fire officer should be ashamed and Iain Stewart praised

Letters of the Week: Chief fire officer should be ashamed and Iain Stewart praised

The top letters sent to the Milton Keynes Citizen this week.

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The EU flag

Letter of the week: EU is wonderful, let’s not step off the arc

This country could be about to remove itself from one of humanity’s greatest achievements – the European Union.

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Letters to the Editor: Including ‘Residents’ uproar over Willen waste’

Letters to the Editor: Including ‘Residents’ uproar over Willen waste’

I am pleased to see the MK resident feedback regarding the appalling planning decision for the waste transfer site at Pineham/Willen Lake continues to feature.

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New UK passport criticised

New UK Passport under fire for lack of women

It is a badge of identity which seeks to celebrate some of the best-known cultural figures and landmarks in British life.

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A review into interruption of ambulance crew breaks has been ordered by the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt

Review ordered into ambulance crew breaks

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has ordered a review of break protocol of ambulance crews in the wake of the tragic death of a teenager earlier this year.

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Oi! Oi!  The Blocks are back

Oi! Oi! The Blocks are back

Fiery, emotionally charged compositions are a given with fret-feeler Aynsley Lister, who returns to The Stables this evening.

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JACQUI’S ADAPTABLE FORCE

You could say she’s a chip off the old block, and Jacqui Dankworth has certainly inherited her parent’s musical talent, but Jacqui has her own style.

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Arrows of Love: An exciting prospect

Arrows of Love live at The SNO!bar

The Knife, the new single from London-based ‘dark folk connoisseurs’ Arrows of Love is a delicious slice of warped.

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Slash

What a f-amp-tastic fridge!

THERE is only one thing better than reaching for a cold beer after a night on stage rocking thousands...and that’s reaching for a cold beer from a Marshall Fridge after a night on stage rocking thousands!

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Your Letters Extra

Such is your reaction to our stories we can’t fit all your letters in the newspaper every Thursday.

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