Sir, – The letter by Malcolm Parkin (Cash-laden promises, Courier, November 15) highlights the problem with our banking and monetary system and the competence of political parties.
Sir, – Regular readers of The Courier letters page may know me as a supporter of Scottish independence.
Pedigree female sheep met a selective trade at the opening day of the Aberdeen Christmas Classic where the centre record for a pedigree animal was equalled.
The SNP's manifesto for the 2019 general election lists 19 demands to the UK Government.
Sir, – Since 2014, the mask of the Union Scots depicting Scotland as a supposedly loved and respected partner has slipped ever further from the face of Westminster, revealing the stark reality hidden beneath.
Sir, – Nick Decker and others have been making preposterous claims about the potential benefit of oil to an independent Scotland.
Alison Skene, a long established Fife company director, has died at the age of 72.
Farmers are being urged to alert NFU Scotland (NFUS) of any advertising with inaccurate claims about the agricultural industry.
Sir, – In a recent interview Nicola Sturgeon blithely stated that, in the event of Scotland becoming independent of the rest of the UK, warship building for the Royal Navy would continue to be undertaken on the Clyde and at Rosyth.
Butchers flocked to the Thainstone Centre, near Inverurie, for the show and sale of prime cattle and lambs at the Aberdeen Christmas Classic.