Town-gown conflict 1

March 4, 2005

You quote Rhiannon Evans of Edge Hill College as stating that we chose to go against legal advice in taking the college to court ("OAPs lose home in fight with college", February 25). This is not true and implies that we were not prepared to listen to reason, even from our own advisers.

Evans is in a position of considerable responsibility. She should not abuse that position by promulgating information that is untrue and that can discredit others.

Eric Beaumont


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