Sir, - Every time clear evidence appears, such as the annual GERS report, of the deficit Gordian Knot that an independent Scotland would face, rather than face the reality of massive cuts and tax rises, SNP ministers, spin doctors and apologists trot out the old canards of “we wouldn’t have the cost of Trident or the new aircraft carriers and we could grow the economy to close the deficit gap”.
Sir, – Following The Courier story (“Dundee has highest stillbirth rates in Scotland”, November 30), I want to reassure readers that the safety of mothers and their babies is of paramount importance to everyone working in the NHS.
Sir, – Over the matter of just a few days the UK’s standing in the world has further diminished as the impact of Brexit becomes more tangible.
Sir, – I yet again smell the rank odour of hypocrisy eminating from the usual British nationalists over Alec Salmond’s independent production company doing work on RT.
Raith Rovers swatted aside local rivals East Fife at Bayview – and Kevin Cuthbert reckons they’re not even into full stride yet.
Sir, - I read with interest and much pleasure your article about the number of visitors attracted to Angus in 2016.
It was a case of job done for Pars boss Alan Johnson as his side tightened their grip on top spot in the Championship with a comfortable win at Brechin.
Sir, – Some parents might have hoped that their sons could leave the intrusive LGBT campaigning prevalent in Scottish schools behind as they head off to Scouts.
Cowdenbeath lost 1-0 for the sixth time this season, this time heading out of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
An Angus woman who battled a terminal illness long enough to give birth has died aged 32.