The countdown to Brexit is entering its final stages, and many of the key questions facing businesses remain unresolved.
Sir, – Being a child of the fifties I have lived through two sets of miners’ strikes, one Winter of Discontent, power cuts, the three-day week and petrol rationing.
Sir, – Should the BBC be given the responsibility to decide who gets a free television licence?
Sir, – I am astonished that a councillor should favour third parties being given a right to appeal against approvals of planning applications (“Council plans to write to Holyrood to change planning regulations”, Courier, December 14).
Sir, – I was concerned to read comments by former council leader and current independent councillor Ken Myles regarding parking charges in Angus (“Parking campaigners call for councillor to quit over charges row”, Courier, December 15).
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Sir, – The Bell Rock Lighthouse off Arbroath is the world’s oldest working sea-washed lighthouse, listed as one of the Seven Wonders Of The Industrial World and a Category A-listed historic building.
Sir, – I see that A & J Stephen have employed the tired old trick by developers of submitting a controversial and highly unpopular planning application knowing that most community councils take a break at this time of the year (Company lodges plans for phase one of 700-home development, The Courier, December 14).
Sir, – I’m sure no Angus councillor wished to bring in parking charges, but here is the problem.
Sir, – As Britain prepares to potentially cut or at least very significantly reduce its ties with Europe, the campaign to increase Levenmouth’s ties with the rest of Scotland only continues to build.