PS. Thank you for your response, 20 days down the road, highlighting my mistake over the address (despite name and postcode). I am happy to see that my email, even if sent correctly, would have been read far too late to have had any impact. I am glad it was only freedom of speech I was threating over, and not something like the covert privatisation of the NHS on Monday (that’s the 1st April; just in case you’re reading this on the 17th April). Please forgive the sarcastic tone of this post scriptum, but I’m always telling people to engage in politics and it turns out I’ve found myself disenfranchised. Oh well, that’ll show a socialist like me. Perhaps, a dose of cynicism will bring me around to the conservative mindset, and I won’t bother at all next time.
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