LETTERS: A round up of the best letters we’ve received this week

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Devolution has been the hot topic again this week with loads of you having your say. NHS pay, the steel industry and politics have alos been on your agenda. Here’s a round up of this week’s best letters...

Chesterfield will become a ‘disconnected pocket of the region’ as a result of devolution according to reader Peter Williamson. Read more of his thoughts here.

Matt Ardron asked...Are our politicians productive enough? Have a read here and let us know what you think.

And in light of the goings on with UK steel, Oliver Healey reckons it’s time we put UK firms first. Read why here.

Sheila Marriott, director at the East Midlands Royal College of Nursing, has slammed the government’s proposed one per cent pay rise to NHS nursing staff...Find out why here.

And finally, reader Karen Gibb prompted an online debate when she suggested we bring back national service. Have a read of her letter here and tell us if you agree...

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