Sir, – It is claimed that 83% of Scots favour the reintroduction of beavers to Scotland’s rural areas (“Scots back return of beavers in government consultation”, Courier, October 18).
Sir, – I must admit it, the wind was well and truly taken out of my sails when reading the news this week.
Sir, – I read with interest the article on winter deaths (“Winter death increase ‘fuelled by cutting of the public purse to the bone’”, Courier, October 17).
Sir, – Correspondent Allan MacDougall apparently believes the UK’s historic sin of international bullying in past centuries should deter complaints about present day rudeness and bullying by EU negotiators (Letters, October 16).
Sir, – Since 2016 I have listened to and read copious amounts of garbage regarding Brexit.
Sir, – I have always been rather sceptical about the design of the V&A right from its inception.
Sir, – It is good that recycled plastic is being used in roadworks at Gardyne campus (“D&A College is paving with plastic in green road surfacing project”, The Courier, October 12).
Sir, – Michael Alexander’s piece about the waterfront development (The Courier, October 9) is sure to encourage debate about the value of such a wonderful open space.
Sir, – I read in The Courier of Perth and Kinross Council’s proposals for the “biggest yet” switch-on of our Christmas lights, (“Perth Winter Festival shows to shine bright after budget increase”, October 4).
Sir, – At the SNP conference we continued to hear the prophesies of doom concerning Brexit negotiations and the negative impacts on Scotland that will arise from a “No Deal” Brexit.