Sir, - Angus MP Mike Weir is behind the times in his assertion that the prospect of Montrose as a berth for cruise ships has just appeared on the horizon.
Sir, - Despite Brexit brouhaha and Holyrood agitation as opposition parties demand higher taxes for Scots to counter Westminster funding cuts, it seems Holyrood Tories have more important concerns.
Sir, - May I congratulate Bill Jack, chairman of Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board, fisheries director Dr David Summers, board members and staff on obtaining, after many years of effort, the re-watering of the River Garry.
Sir, - I have recently arranged to change my energy supplier.
Sir, - EU negotiators are insisting that the so-called Brexit divorce bill must be agreed before talks move on to trade and a possible post-Brexit transition phase.
Sir, - That the new Taoiseach of Ireland, Leo Varadkar, who has just taken office is the gay son of a Hindu immigrant father shows quite how much the Irish Republic has changed in recent decades. And yet I can’t help feeling strong misgivings.
Sir, - Nicola Sturgeon has disregarded the advice of wiser counsel in her own party and has effectively called a referendum.
Sir, - I refer to Dundee City Council’s plan for the relocation of Invergowrie station with provision of a park and ride at Dundee West (Riverside).
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, - 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.