Sir, – Over the matter of just a few days the UK’s standing in the world has further diminished as the impact of Brexit becomes more tangible.
Sir, - Mr Roche of Perth wrote a very reasonable letter about the poor look of Perth during the day, while considerable monies are spent on lighting it up at night (October 28) and poor facades in the city centre is one of his expressed concerns.
Sir, – Jenny Hjul (“We must all watch the BBC”, The Courier, January 10) is right to tell us to watch the BBC, but the corporation seems to have recently changed its name to Believers Broadcasting Christianity.
Sir, – The report (The Courier, December 13) that the percentage of pupils in Fife attaining expected levels in every key skill (reading, writing, numeracy and listening) was below the national Scottish average at every point assessed between P1 and S3 evoked an extremely poor response from Fife Council.
Sir, - I refer to your columnist Alex Bell’s commentary on the housing market in Scotland, Scotland’s a great place to be rich in (August 10).
Sir, – I have to wonder why the fence at the controversial office block being built close to the V&A could not have been built totally from inside the site.
Sir, - The current health scare over imported eggs simply highlights the differences between EU and UK animal welfare standards.
Sir, – Some parents might have hoped that their sons could leave the intrusive LGBT campaigning prevalent in Scottish schools behind as they head off to Scouts.
Sir, – Finance Secretary Derek Mackay read out Nicola Sturgeon’s budget but the hand that authorised it was manipulated by Green MSP Patrick Harvie.
Sir, - The SNP appears to be set on raising income tax in Scotland as part of a move to keep the support of the ultra left Green Party.