Sir, - Alastair Walker of Guthrie (May 13) in challenging the feasibility of independence, follows his use of hyperbole concerning division in Scotland, which is biblical in scale according to the gentleman, by resorting to the “too wee, too poor” argument beloved of unionists everywhere.
Sir, - Thank you for your stories on the drug problem in Dundee (May 15). Although the picture was very disturbing, that is the point.
Sir, - I read with interest the portents of doom listed by your correspondent AG Walker (May 13) regarding the dangers of Scottish independence.
Sir, - As we near the end of the beginning of the general election campaign, Theresa May clearly has no intention of dispensing with her Churchillian rhetoric.
Sir, - The disastrous results of the Scottish Literacy and Numeracy Survey for pupils show huge falls in S2 writing between 2012 and now.
Sir, - I see Jim Crumley has returned to the subject of wolves and why rural Scotland would be a better place if they were once again roaming the landscape. I do not share his enthusiasm.
Sir, - If anyone had doubts about the function of the European Union they ought to listen carefully to Messrs Juncker, Barniers, Verhofstad and Tusk as well as Angela Merkel, lined up like Panzers ahead of the Brexit negotiations.
Sir, - On reading about the Dundee street (May 2) where the vast majority of UK- born citizens do not consider themselves British, I found myself asking why
Sir, - I fear for Scotland’s future under the control of a nationalist government.
Sir, - Poverty will not be solved by simply redistributing wealth but by tackling the root causes: ignorance, sloth, irresponsibility and by offering a hand up rather than a handout.