Madam, – I write with regard to the article on vandalism across Angus in which Kirstene Hair MP gave comment (Anti-social crime soaring in Angus, Courier, March 18).
Madam, – Using children to spread the false message of “climate breakdown” is educationally disruptive and spreads fear, alarm and lies among young people.
Madam, – We at Fife Islamic Centre have no adequate words to describe how devastated we are by the well coordinated attacks on the mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand (Attacks shake New Zealand on darkest day, Courier, March 16.).
Madam, – As we near the day when Scotland will be dragged out of the EU despite all our constituencies voting to remain, it might be interesting to note that the Leave vote was approximately 17.4 million, and Remain 16.1m. The total population of the UK is approximately 66.8m, of which 33.5m voted.
Madam, – Never have I witnessed a greater bunch of lily livered, self seeking, and egotistical parliamentarians.
Madam, – Like most of your readers, I would think, I was not aware of the Chagos Islands, a British colony of small islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean, until it hit the news recently.
Madam, – I was shocked and saddened to read the article about the fox hunt in Fife (Online footage of hunt sparks call for laws to be tightened up, Courier, March 12).
Madam, – I was truly shocked by the piece about the threatened future of Seaton Grove Care Home (Review axe hanging over Angus care home, Courier, March 9).
Madam, – Andrew Lawson’s letter (Walking a dangerous path, The Courier, 8 March) linking anti-Semitism in Germany before the war and in the Labour Party now is pushing things a wee bit too far.
Madam, – My letter relates not to the rights and wrongs of the smacking debate, but rather to the practicalities and consequences if, as is proposed, smacking is made a criminal offence.