Madam, – I am writing about the chaos unfolding in our parliament yet again.
Madam, – It has been striking to note key sections of the media and opposition politicians heralding the fact that somehow those paying higher taxes through the Scottish Budget will be packing up their estate cars and heading south.
Madam, – I find it difficult to understand the turmoil in British politics.
Madam, – Scottish society is indebted to Kilmarnock football manager Steve Clarke and his forward Kris Boyd for going where football authorities won’t and daring to speak out against sectarianism.
Madam, – I have followed reports regarding Angus Council’s decision to demolish the former Forfar Leisure Centre with interest, and fail to understand the mindset of those councillors who voted 13-8 in favour of demolition at an estimated cost of half a million pounds, to return less than a couple of acres of land to the Common Good Fund of the people of Forfar.
Madam, – One of the regular ‘Scotland in Union’ letter writers, Martin Redfern (Monday, February 18) attempts to convince us of his vision of a future Scotland in union.