Sir, - I would like to say what an asset Prince Harry is to the royal family and to the people of this country for the brave and candid way he has spoken about his own mental health issues after the death of his mother.
Sir, - Those of us who were encouraged to buy diesel cars a few years ago by our Government, the EU, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace, will be dismayed by the current ditch-the-diesel campaign demonising diesel owners as polluters and the source of unnecessary deaths and illnesses.
Sir, - As a blue badge holder, I regularly find myself falling foul of differing rules enforced by private parking companies (though always, it must be said, by companies with headquarters in England).
Sir, - The Scottish onshore wind industry is facing a steep rise in grid charges from April next year.
Sir, - Anyone who has not got personal transport and wants to get to Dundee from the East Neuk has a problem.
Sir,- Your wildlife columnist Jim Crumley’s acceptance (April 11) of “green”means of saving the planet from adverse climate changes has led to espousal of exceedingly costly measures to curb greenhouse gas output, despite their scientifically speculative and inevitably unproven basis.
Sir, - To a certain extent, the Battle of Arras, part of the joint British and French Spring Offensive in the First World War, can be regarded as a forgotten battle.
Sir, - Nicola Sturgeon’s penchant for grandstanding tours reached its zenith when she addressed 150 students at California’s Stanford University, signed a meaningless climate agreement with a little-known state governor and was politely shown round a couple of factories.
Sir, - Until recently the RBS had three branches in the East Neuk.
Sir, - Now that Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May have signed Section 30 and Article 50, it is game on.