I read with shock and horror how sex offenders have been unleashed to work in restricted access areas on airport projects (13 June, page 11).
Well, not really – actually, not at all. Restricted areas of airports are hardly packed with the potential victims of those prone to a bit of animal hugging. I didn't see "aeroplaneticide" on the list of offences removed. And what on earth does this have to do with the anti-terror clampdown?

I can't see a connection with the splinter group of wanton and furious drivers. I'm all for the decision. Why not give people a second chance? In areas of such high security, any minimal risk is even further minimised.