Passing fancy

29th August 2008 at 01:00

Taking a lead from the capital's readership of Metro and London Lite, I have recently taken to leaving my copy of The TES on the Tube for other commuters to enjoy once I've done with it. I hope to provide an alternative to Tube-travellers' unvarying diet of Amy Winehouse and knife culture and I encourage others to follow suit.

Dom Norrish, Cambridgeshire.

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