Core claim is a little obvious

So the Automobile Association is to scrap non-core services and return to its motoring roots (MW May 21).

Is this the start of a trend, where the confused consumer goes back to getting his mortgage from a building society, his food from a supermarket, and his credit card from a bank?

Roger Kendrick

Business development director

The Target Group

Cheltenham

Gloucs

email: roger_kendrick@target-advertising.co.uk

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