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Russia may be the only party to come out of British politics well in this election.
In my column last week I spoke about the hurt of the 6-2 at Tannadice being a big factor in Friday night’s second derby of the season at Dens.
READERS’ LETTERS: Scotland should go independent and rejoin EU once Trump and Putin get their way on Brexit
Sir, – As the full implications of Brexit unfold it is clear that only two national leaders apart from Boris Johnson actually welcome it.
Nigel Farage’s U-turn on Monday, in which he agreed to stand down hundreds of his Brexit Party candidates in Conservative seats, will be seen by Scottish Nationalists as a boost to their campaign.
Politics is about conviction and belief and supporting a political party is a way to convey that. Unless, of course, you are in the Scottish Greens.
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.
Life was simpler in the 1970s. There were three TV channels and the only things that tweeted were birds.
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.
Hey, let’s all get together and take Bill Gates’ money off him. Let’s get his billions, divide it up and spend it. He doesn’t like the idea, but whatever. Let’s do it.
For football purists last night’s Dundee derby will linger in the memory like a rainy January weekend in Blackpool.