A woman who won a civil rape case is spearheading a new campaign to end the not proven verdict in Scottish criminal trials.
Sir, – I have been employed at Michelin Dundee for 34 years.
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Sir, – The claim by Robertson Property that St Andrews is going to benefit to the tune of £23 million from their proposed development at Abbey Park, as well as gaining a landscaped park for the use of local residents, is wholly bogus.
Sir, – Michelin bosses’ decision to close the Dundee factory is a disgrace, demonstrating nothing but contempt for the workforce despite a recurring operating profit running into billions.
Sir, – Like your correspondent Ken Guild (Men of the 51st deserve better, Letters, November 7) my husband and I watched the excellent Channel 4 programme concerning the 51st Highland Division in 1940.
Sir,– I was astonished and dismayed to read in The Courier that Dundee City Council had decided to cancel all brown bin collections from November to March.
Sir, – To say I am appalled at the loss of the Michelin plant in Dundee would be an understatement; the situation is a disaster for a city which has suffered death from a thousand cuts – Timex, NCR and on and on – over the last 20 years.
Sir, – A hundred years ago at 5am – on the morning of November 11 1918 – an armistice was signed in a railway carriage parked in a French forest near the front lines and hostilities were stopped on the entire front at precisely 11am.