Sir, – I was disappointed but not surprised to read the remarks by Jenny Marra MSP on Site Six at the waterfront.
Sir, – The more that emerges from this Windrush scandal the more I feel sick to my stomach.
Sir, – I have been appalled by this week’s revelations about the “Windrush” immigrants.
Sir, – What is the UK’s justification, legal or moral, for the air strikes on Syrian bases?
Sir, – Regarding Hilda Hynd’s letter (“Opportunity lost for V&A setting”, The Courier, April 12)regarding the V&A being overshadowed and blocked from view by an office block.
Sir, – Following on from your excellent articles on new technology for diabetic glucose monitoring (“Scientists develop patch to monitor blood glucose levels”, The Courier, April 10) and on discrimination facing diabetics at work (The Courier, April 10), I would like to contribute a couple of points based on 44 years of living with type 1 diabetes.
Sir, – It is not often I agree with a senior SNP member – but I thought former health secretary Alex Neil’s acknowledgement of the lack of oversight of NHS Tayside’s budget was valid.
Sir, – By any standards the campaign to keep an out-of-hours service at Glenrothes Hospital in 2012/13 was a success for local democracy.
Sir, – I so enjoyed The Courier Magazine celebrating not only the centenary of the Royal Air Force but also the memories of personnel attached to RAF Leuchars (“Aces high”, March 31).
Sir, – What lessons can be learned from the situation facing St Andrews University professor Clara Ponsati (“Students take to the streets in support of Fife professor”, The Courier, April 3)?