Opinion

Little wonder service is doomed to failure

Sir, – I have written before regarding Dundee’s air link to London.

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Strongest coalition since wartime government?

Sir, — The recent by-election result in Rochester makes for interesting thought. If UKIP and the Conservatives were to combine on the strengths of ...

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SNP have forgotten their responsibilities

Sir, – As a proud Scot and British citizen my aspirations for my country lapse back to the shores of a forgotten time when Scotlànd was a beacon for ...

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It is simply an excuse for cost cutting

Sir, – With regard to your front page story, Poverty fears over school day proposals (November 18), I would like to point out a couple of things to ...

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It’s no wonder churches are emptying

Sir, – With regard to the Rev Dr John Cameron’s letter in Wednesday’s Courier, I find it hard to believe that a man of the cloth can write such barmy ...

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Labour shambles: Hardie must be spinning

Sir, – Your correspondent Mr Auchterlonie posed the very proper question: why would SNP forget about independence?

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“There’s income tax, some VAT”: Smith Commission is no Del Boy effort

Having introduced his report, Lord Smith of Kelvin sat down. Up stepped Scotland’s Deputy First Minister to fire the opening salvo of a political ...

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How close did each party get to their Smith Commission goals?

Every individual sat round the Smith Commission negotiating table was forced to make compromises during the negotiation process.

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Coming up in Friday’s Courier — Quite a cock-a-doddle-to-do

It’s a clucking nightmare.

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Nicola Sturgeon’s programme for government: hard hitting or long grass kicking?

The substance of Nicola Sturgeon’s plan for Scotland is starting to emerge. In her first programme for government, the First Minister hit some of the ...

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Premonition of Black Watch man’s death

In the early part of last century, a Dundee mother, Mrs James McKimmie, had a premonition she could not erase from her mind.

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Coming up in Wednesday’s Courier — ‘tis the season

Holidays are coming.

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