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From Paul Janion,

practice manager,

Crediton, Devon

Phil Peverley should be standing against David Cameron and David Davies (Columnists, 12 November). I would vote for him as I am sure millions of others would.

He should stand, not because he may be a Tory, but because this would be our last chance to get a politician with common-sense, who speaks the people's language and who understands what the **** this country is all about.

I am a cigar smoker and I support Phil's opinion; not because I am a smoker, but because I am so tired of self-righteous, self-appointed, self-opinionated neighbourhood Nazis telling me how I must live my life.

Phil for PM.

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