The small guy is always the last to know. This seems a pattern of modern business and economics, that insiders have a heads-up on impending disaster while the small operators or the ordinary citizen is out in the cold. Read More
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The small guy is always the last to know. This seems a pattern of modern business and economics, that insiders have a heads-up on impending disaster while the small operators or the ordinary citizen is out in the cold.
You might have thought that the vacuum Andy Murray has left in British tennis while he’s been out injured would have been a good thing for Johanna Konta.
Sir, – Although I was not surprised when I read the front page and inside story in The Courier (“Radical health shake-up scraps in-patient care” January 13) about the impending closure of Montrose Infirmary, I still felt both anger and disappointment that yet another patient care facility is being lost to North Angus.
Dundee fans desperate to see their team go on a cup run for the first time in ages will probably disagree with me but I don’t think Neil McCann will see the Scottish Cup as a priority.
Sir, – I have to wonder why the fence at the controversial office block being built close to the V&A could not have been built totally from inside the site.
Nicola Sturgeon has been forced to apologise at least twice in the past week over her handling of the NHS in Scotland.
Sir, – The article in The Courier (“War of words breaks out over rail link, January 11”) covered the harsh verbal exchanges between SNP MSP Jenny Gilruth and Fife Council co-leader David Ross.
Sir, - I was motivated to write in to your letters page following a number of negative comments featured recently relating to the Gaelic language.
The Brexit hamper is perfect in its bizarre, bizarre flaws. Witness this thing. A delegation of leading Leavers presented a collection of British products to EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, and it reveals much about the type of person pushing to leave the common market.
Sir, - Old soldiers will be perplexed and no doubt amused at the army recruitment team’s effort at encouraging more young people to join the army with their latest ‘softer’ campaign.