GRACE Ingram's letter (Sept 26) regarding asylum seekers' children made me so angry.
Tell you what Grace, you work out how much of your precious money has been spent on caring for these children and I will gladly send you a cheque.
You are going to need the money in your old age for a care home, as with an attitude like yours, I doubt any of your family will want to look after you.
Who knows? Maybe one day our children may be lost and alone without a mother's arms to comfort them in a strange country.
Your lack of compassion is astonishing. Children are a blessing, regardless of where they come from, and asylum seekers are not dirt under our feet. They have often had to escape from terrifying circumstances, which thankfully we can not begin to comprehend.
What about the milk of human kindness, Grace? I hope someone gives it to you when you need it.
Clare Shipway, Baldwins Lane, Hall Green.