PHILIP ION may have said a hundred times that we do have weekly bin collections, but he is deliberately missing the point
(Daily Post, June 22).
MAYBE I am missing the point
here, but can anyone please tell me why these young men (arrests in France on Tuesday) are not trained to fight for their own country alongside our troops?
ARE we missing the point
with talk about flood defences?
she says of the toddler, quite missing the point
that any teenager who so relentlessly criticizes her own mother is also "spoiled.
Simon Cowell, seemingly missing the point
, brought a set of designer, fine cut crystal, glasses.
no Compromise" (Letters October 18) believes that John Bosley is missing the point
about Christmas shoeboxes.
Mr Holland accuses me of missing the point
of his letter regarding Newcastle United, which I didn't.
This was nothing less than "a terror plan that made Osama bin Laden's look rinky-dink," hyperventilates Kristof -- missing the point
that local law enforcement foiled this grand scheme in timely fashion.
If you're getting turned on, you're probably missing the point
She said: "Circus owners go on about animals being well treated but they're missing the point
Simon Farrar Missing the point
Graham Smith (Chatroom, yesterday) has obviously missed the point of the RFC initiative to trial the use of decimal odds.
But when we wonder if it was right for Chelsea goalkeeper Peter Cech (below) to miss the birth of his new baby because he had a football match to play in, we are surely missing the point