Up to 250,000 people marched on Saturday to show support for the NHS and focus on its underfunding in the run-up to the budget. It would help the cause for the Guardian to have reported it in Monday’s paper. May I inform your readers that photos and stories are on websites such as Our NHS, Keep our NHS Public and Doctors for the NHS?
• Reading the depressing accounts of sexual harassment in British universities (Report, 6 March) reminds me of my year’s teaching exchange at a Californian state university. I was surprised to find that faculty kept their doors open. I soon came to realise why. Could this help?
Old Alresford, Hampshire
• In the early part of the 20th century, it was a common gift for coming-of-age to give a lifetime subscription to the National Geographic (Money, 4 March). Their mailing service was impeccable no matter how many times one moved. A Danish teenager had been given a subscription before the second world war, but with the Nazi invasion in 1940, there was no international post. Come the liberation, to his delight/horror, five years of magazines arrived.
• Each year when you report on the John Lewis bonus scheme (John Lewis to cut bonus to lowest level since 1950s, 6 March), you to illustrate the item with a photograph of escalators in one of the stores. Is this to show that bonuses can go down as well as up?
Old Buckenham, Norfolk
• The “Nelson one-rolls” (Letters, 28 February) popular in the Naafi at RAF Hednesford in the mid-50s were known simply as “one-eyes”.
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