'Sir, I am just old enough to recall with deep gratitude
how Canada came to our assistance in both world wars.
I will never forget Vimy Ridge and the disastrous adventure
in Dieppe in 1942. The Canadian troops for this ill-considered
adventure were encamped around Dorking in Surrey. We
made many friends. What a fine and generous nation.
I hope the new Governor of the Bank of England will prove
to be as steadfast as his former nationals were.
John Driver, Farnham, Surrey.'
I couldn't have put it better myself - 'what a fine and generous nation.'