Madam, – Steve Kerr (Independent schools are not charities, Courier, March 29) is sincere I’m sure, but he is entirely wrong in his take on the High School of Dundee.
Madam, – In comparing Brexit with the “nightmare of a divorce” (Readers’ Letters, Courier, March 27), the Rev Dr John Cameron rightly deplores the latter but he does not recognise the dreadful negotiations and the European Union’s fatal flaws.
Madam, – Martin Redfern would have your readers believe the 55% of Scots who voted for retention of the union with England in 2014 are “ceaselessly” ignored by an SNP government working on behalf of all Scots (Ignoring the will of the majority, Courier, March 22).
A Fife brewery is seeking the public’s help to name a new beer being brewed specifically to raise cash for the RNLI.
New York-based serial entrepreneur David Rose is to deliver one of the keynote speeches at a prestigious business conference on this side of the Atlantic next month.
Madam, – I am writing regarding to the reform of business rates in independent schools (‘Vindictive’ attack on independent schools, Courier, March 27).
Madam, – We all know that banks are disappearing rapidly from our high streets.
Madam, – As each day passes the abject failure of the UK Government when it comes to Brexit has highlighted that the UK is not the superpower it anticipated to be in such negotiations.