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20 December 2010updated 27 Sep 2015 2:02am

Keep calm and carry on (commenting)

Comments are not appearing on the site instantly, but they will appear eventually.

By Duncan Robinson

A slight problem with the NS website means that comments are no longer appearing instantly and have to be published individually by a member of the editorial team.

On the plus side, this means no more spam. On the down side, there might be a five-to-ten-minute gap before your comment appears online.

We’re working on fixing the problem, but until then hold tight. We value your comments and love hearing from readers, so keep on commenting!

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