Madam, – I wish to address the issues raised by Jenny Hujl in her column of March 20, (Alex Neil and Jim Silars have exploded myth of SNP unity on Brexit, Courier.)
Madam, – My wife recently had an X-ray in Perth Royal Infirmary and asked for a report from her GP.
Madam, – Now the majority of the candidates in the Tory leadership election have confessed to past illegal drug use, a troubling question arises: Was the ‘war on drugs’ a hoax?
Madam, – I am both saddened and very disappointed to read so much bad press levelled at oncology at The Princess Alexandra Centre, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee.
Madam, – I refer to Colin Ley’s article on farm subsidies (Hall says new approach to farm subsidies is priority, Courier, May 25).
Madam, – The question of Scottish independence is a regular feature in all the newspapers these days.
Madam, – Whilst walking around the nature trail of Camperdown with my dog, I was disappointed at the amount of detritus left behind, not just by dog walkers but others.
Madam, – For the past five years, the entire political debate has been dominated by broadly constitutional issues, namely Scottish Independence and then Brexit.
Madam, – I read with interest the article on the decline of salmon in Scottish rivers and the impact on fishing tackle shops (“Fishing gear retailers hit by slump in salmon,” The Courier, May 27)
Madam, – It was a great pleasure to see the article featuring a photo of my Granda, Arthur Grant, with his guide dog Punch, at the Forfar training centre in the 1970s (“Picture reveals Forfar family’s connection to guide dog history”, The Courier, June 5).