- Firstly it slags off where I live
- Secondly it panders to the worst sorts of celebrity and invasions of privacy. Printing photos which identify anyone famous's address and car simply to take the piss out of them is just unnecessary. It really is.
Especially when the London Lite's own copy states:
Glasgow-raised McAvoy, who has been short-listed for a major acting award every year since 2004, has been reported as saying: "I'd rather be who I am and do what I do without seeking any attention.
If I could have written in green ink, I would have done. Instead, I've sent a letter for publication. Watch this space.
So Stroud Green is "grotty", and "an unglamorous corner of north London" according to your "journalism" (The London Paper, 21 January)
Funny that. It's been good enough for me for the last 9 years, and it's good enough for James McAvoy and Ann-Marie Duff - who, by some strange quirk of modern living are so un-celeby in their lifestyle that the simple fact they live here and drive an old car warrants a news story in The London Paper. Is that really what passes for news these days? Why not just leave them, and where they choose to live well alone?
Perhaps next time you write about a part of London, you might want to choose some other ways of describing it which won't annoy any of your readers who live there.