LETTER: Perhaps Farage could take to the stage?

Now that the '˜city of London' is decamping to Frankfurt and elsewhere, perhaps the headquarters of our ever-growing gambling industry leaders can be housed in the Gherkin, toast rack and Shard, with small attic rooms set aside for the homeless. Maybe an example for smaller provincial towns like Chesterfield?

The referendum-induced downward spiral in the value of the pound should ensure strong foreign buying power for anything else coming on the market, in London or even Chesterfield.

As for entertainment and the theatres, in the West End or our Pomegranate, can nobody persuade that comedy duo of Farage and Johnson back on stage with more of their conjuring tricks, or are audiences not so guaranteed?

Roger Pendleton

Cutthorpe, Chesterfield