My subscription to this magazine couldn’t run out soon enough. You can imagine my surprise when I read this in Keith Poulter’s “Editorial” column: “We switched printers with the last issue and failed to make clear that the magazines should continue to be mailed to subscribers in polybags. As a result they were not bagged and a number (about a dozen) were damaged in the mail, necessitating their being replaced. As subscribers will already have noticed, this issue was bagged and this will be the case with all future issues.” I can report and as you can see, THIS ISSUE WAS NOT BAGGED!
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