ON the subject of fluoridation. Having read both sides of the argument, I must say that not allowing freedom from mass medication to everyone is an infringement of my human rights.

Europe refuses to have it. It seems there is no control over its management when, in reading facts on mass incidents of poisoning with it in the USA, the pros state that Birmingham has had it for years. What they don't say is only one section of Birmingham is actually fluoridated.

Anglesey had it, but it was stopped some time ago.

Why must we do what the USA says? Isn't it time we realised that all the "fast" food has pesticides and chemicals in it? At least leave our water alone. The people have voted "no" in a referendum and in several polls held.

It's time to stop harassing the public to accept being poisoned.

Jenny Hardman

Bradford Road