Madam, – Robert I.G. Scott, (“Is SNP ready for independence?” Letters, May 16) correctly highlighted the raison d’etre of the SNP is to achieve independence, which was the one thing he got right.
Madam, – It was encouraging to read recently that Dundee’s economic development convener is exploring Park & Choose options on the Fife side of the Tay Road Bridge.
Madam, – Can someone please tell us how we stop our council from destroying the high streets of Angus?
Madam, – Next week we have the European Parliament elections.
Madam, – Alex Bell in his column “Why I will be voting Green at the EU elections” (Courier, May 9) makes much of his belief that no-one knows or much cares about Scotland’s MEPs.
Madam, – Amidst the hysterical claims on the probability of human induced catastrophic global warming promoted by celebrity adolescents, first-class jet-set ‘concerned’ actresses and virtue-signalling politicians, it may be surprising to learn that this year’s May bank holiday was the coldest on record.
Madam, – Again there is a to do about climate change and air travel tax etc, with protesters blocking roads and obstructing city centres, demanding and screaming.
Madam, – My wife recently had an X-ray in Perth Royal Infirmary and asked for a report from her GP.
Madam, – If Sepa really believe that publishing one isolated data point is in any way indicative of the true behaviour of the Mossmorran flare plume, then they are sadly misguided (Mossmorran air data gathered by Sepa branded laughable, Courier, May 3).
Madam, – I read all about the Steven Donaldson murder trial throughout its duration (Killers, Courier, May 4).