Sir, – Ms Kirstene Hair, Angus MP, is championing the cause for salary equality across the country for military personnel.
Sir, – It is claimed that 83% of Scots favour the reintroduction of beavers to Scotland’s rural areas (“Scots back return of beavers in government consultation”, Courier, October 18).
Sir, – News of the Scottish Government’s rail development fund awards announced in St Andrews on Thursday strikes me as a classic case of the authorities pretending to do something with little intention of following through.
Sir, – Recently we honoured Scots troops, in particular those who fell during World War One.
Sir, – Lately I have read a lot of articles extolling the city of Dundee prior to the excitement surrounding the opening of the V&A.
Sir, – The story on Fife Council scrapping the Adopt A Street plan is a terribly sad reflection on the local authority and its workforce.
Sir, – British Labour’s scatterbrained joke of a Scottish branch manager Richard Leonard is calling on Holyrood to scrap the Tories’ two child limit for people on benefits.
Sir, – Somehow I do not think there would be much – or indeed any – support for Rev Dr Cameron’s suggestion (Letters, July 3) of charging for doctor’s appointments.
Sir, – I read with interest former Dundee City Council development director Mike Galloway’s defence of “Site Six”, which is otherwise known as that monstrosity being built across from the V&A (“Mastermind defends controversial site six”, Courier, November 21).
Sir, – As The Open gets under way in Carnoustie, it seems to have passed almost unnoticed that live golf has fallen off the agenda for broadcast on free-to-air television.