Sir, – What shocking figures we’re seeing for the closing of High Street shops and the casting aside of shop assistants on to the scrapheap of unemployment (“New report showing 1,300 retail jobs lost in Tayside and Fife”, The Courier, October 25).
Sir, – I wondered why Jenny Fuchter is puzzled at what she sees as a lack of scientific debate on climate change in Britain? (“Bring balance to climate debate”, letters October 24).
Sir, – I feel compelled to write in support of the breast oncology consultants in Tayside.
Sir, – I am irritated by continuing reference in the media that the UK has “ruled out” granting Section 30.
Sir, – Robert I G Scott (“The answer remains emphatically ‘no’”, Letters, October 22) buries his head in the sand and informs us, “the people of Scotland have made it quite clear that they do not wish to leave the UK.”
Sir, – Dundee City Council leader John Alexander (The Courier, October 21) is supportive of the decriminalisation of drugs as he thinks it will reduce the city’s drugs death rate.