You are allowing your prejudices to show again (‘Mason accountant in legal row’ page 3, 14 June).
I am both a Freemason and a Rotarian. I am prompted to wonder that if the events you allege occurred between members of a Lodge had, as is just as likely or unlikely, occurred within a Rotary Club, whether or not your treatment of the story would have been different.
‘Row erupts at Rotary Club!’ – hardly likely, so why exhibit your old-fashioned apparent prejudices? No point in letting equality get in the way of a story I suppose.
John Dutchman-Smith, via email.
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