Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Crush at Markets Will Cause an Accident

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Crush at Markets Will Cause an Accident

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VIEWPOINTS Write to: Viewpoints, M.E.N, Mitchell Henry House, Hollinwood Avenue, Oldham, OL9 8EF Or email: viewpoints@men-news.co.uk

MY family and I visited Manchester Markets last Saturday at 4pm.

Albert Square is an accident just waiting to happen, there is no entry or exit control.

We could not make one purchase purely due to the crush of people, we all became separated from each other.

Having visited football matches and outside concerts, I have never experienced a worse experience than the crush in Albert Square.

Why don't the authorities count them in, and count them out thus providing some kind of control, also a small fee to enter would finance better security and benefit a charity. Concerned, Manchester Second vote is a mistake I FIND it incredible that people are calling for a second Brexit vote.

What good will it do if the result was 52 per cent to 48pc to leave we would be in the same position.

If it was 52pc to 48pc to remain the leavers would demand best of three.

The people's vote should be to leave with the deal on offer or to leave with no deal. The vote to leave has already been taken and cannot be reversed - it's called democracy. Phil Meakin, Salford Tory licence to be nasty THE BBC is asking views on the over 75s' free TV licences that the Labour Party gave to us.

They could easily make cuts elsewhere - do we need 24/7 news, a weather forecast every 30 minutes and overpriced presenters on Match of the Day? Most of the day all we get repeats. Typical of the nasty party (Tories). Everything that Labour give us they take off us.

K Parr, Barton, Eccles Train better for our stop THE report regarding the protest notes left on the train, on the Buxton line, incorrectly states that there is currently no service on the Buxton line on Saturday strike days.

There is an hourly service between Manchester and Buxton on strike days from roughly 7am to 7pm. …

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