Madam, – Back in the 1980s Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative Government was faring very badly until a military adventure in the Falkland Islands diverted attention from her troubles at home.
Madam, – It is interesting Labour campaign chief Andrew Gwynne is concerned that a handful of Conservative members should be choosing our next prime minister (Hunt ‘can cause upset’ in battle with Johnson, Courier, June 21).
Madam, – Having read Jim Millar’s article (Renewed calls for clampdown on fake veterans, Courier, June 18) about ‘Walter Mitty’ types who claim Second World War honours, I totally agree with him.
Madam, – The question of Scottish independence is a regular feature in all the newspapers these days.
Madam, – When psychiatrists speak or write on the subject of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), there’s an assumption that he or she is an expert on the subject and that they can ‘treat’ it.
Madam, – With Armed Forces Day approaching, I thought that now would be an ideal opportunity to remind readers that the City of Dundee was the first city or town in Scotland to stage an Armed Forces Day Parade albeit the original title was Veteran’s Day.
Madam, – Having just returned from another holiday in Orkney where the air is so clean, if a trifle brisk now and again, I find yet another missive from the council regarding the proposed development in Scone North.
Madam, – Having just watched the Women’s World Cup football I am convinced the pastime should be a separate sport for the benefit of those wishing to see women playing football, and not a game of men’s football played by women.
Madam, – I read the latest missive from your correspondent, Ken Clark (Westminster spinning dishonest narrative, Courier, June 13).
Madam, – J.E. Thomson (Planning for the future in Fife, Courier, June 11) suggests William Dryburgh talks to the planners if he wants to understand why the decisions coming from Scottish government reporters appear inconsistent.