Politics is about conviction and belief and supporting a political party is a way to convey that. Unless, of course, you are in the Scottish Greens.
The theme this week was the Roaring Twenties and there truly was a lot of flapping going on – mainly from our Michael from Scone who you probably wouldn’t choose to be the passenger in charge of the emergency exit row of a crashing plane.
It is impossible to have anything but sympathy with Linda McDonald’s position that life for killers should mean life.
Just over 80 years ago Germany invaded Poland triggering the Second World War and, 39 years later, my birth.
In a week where Paul Hollywood probably wished his own blast of Summer loving had been confined to a Grease lyric, Bake Off now really needs a showstopper contestant as well as a cake to deflect some tabloid heat from the silver fox.
FLOUR POWER: Baking whilst the world burns as 2019 Great British Bake Off gets off to excellent start
New columnist Murray Chalmers writes for The Courier as The Great British Bake Off returns to our screens.
Boris sucks in words from all other stories, leaving only the great Bojo show on the news.
Going by the scenes in Dundee city centre last week, there must be a good living to be had in gown-making.
I have always had a keen interest in Dundee’s built heritage.