Point of no return

 

A chara, – I was horrified to read in “Public health in the late 19th century: food, water, toiletries and even wallpaper could be killers” (Health + Family, September 10th) about the “internment” of bodies in Dublin’s crowded 19th-century cemeteries. These people lived very hard lives, only to be denied justice after their deaths too. – Is mise,

JOE McLAUGHLIN,

Bonnyrigg,

Midlothian,

Scotland.