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20/04/2011

Sheffield Defence League

Ignore the title, this is not a racist or sectarian campaign - not unless you count the good people of Doncaster as a separate race or religion. Which for the record, I don't.

I always pick up The Sheffield Star on returning home, and sometimes my family bring copies over for me to read. Anyway, a few days ago I was reading the letters section and a lady from Doncaster had written a letter slamming Sheffield in various ways - so I decided, half-jokingly I admit, to leap to its defence by writing a reply.

And in doing so, made my local newspaper debut.

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