Sir, – I am struck by the hypocrisy on the part of the independence deniers, none of whom have ever put a valid case or argument in favour of retaining the status quo.
Sir, – In his letter, Denis Munro (Scotland not more inclusive than rest of UK, Courier, November 6) raises a number of questions about the recent march for independence in Perth.
Sir, – The report of Phase 1 of the public enquiry into the Grenfell disaster points the finger of blame at the firefighters.
Sir, – I refer to Denis Munro’s letter (Scotland not more inclusive than rest of UK, Courier, November 6).
Sir, – When will motorists realise that driving along single carriageway and rural roads at night with their lights permanently dipped is a most hazardous and dangerous undertaking as far as pedestrians are concerned?
Sir, – I watched the SNP march through Perth recently and some questions have been troubling me ever since.
READERS’ LETTERS: Real-life trauma of those affected lost in NHS Tayside chemotherapy cancer scandal
Sir, – As patients who were affected by the choice of NHS Tayside to disregard current clinical management guidelines surrounding chemotherapy doses, we feel that your recent coverage on the plight of the clinicians in question requires response.
Sir, – Amidst ever increasing council cutbacks it is well known that numerous drains in and around Dundee are blocked.
Sir, – May I be allowed, through your column, to address the organisers of the Enchanted Forest?
Sir, – After a week of being accused of being a racist, despite being an anti-racist and in the past an active anti-racist, The Courier’s Stefan Morkis added his two pennies’ worth in his Saturday Journal column, accusing me of “blithely” discussing racism when I should be “checking my privilege” (“Supporters have to be held to account for racist chants”, October 26).