I have been to the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin exhibition at the Natural History Museum in South Kensington.
I was afraid it would be overcrowded, but it was not. It was also well spaced out and invitingly displayed. To this day, Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is widely accepted. He shows that life depends on the survival of the fittest for plants, animals, as well as humans.
I am sure that Darwin would have agreed that our life is in our own hands - individual election.
Robert Dangoor Carlos Place, Mayfair