Sir, – British Labour’s scatterbrained joke of a Scottish branch manager Richard Leonard is calling on Holyrood to scrap the Tories’ two child limit for people on benefits.
Sir,– Climate change, poor productivity, ageing population, falling education standards, mass migration, energy security, and cyber threats are all examples of the many problems that our society faces.
Sir, – With regard to the report in advising that new guidelines have set down the fundamental principles and purposes of sentencing for all offenders in Scottish Courts (“First sentencing guidelines in Scotland’s courts introduced”, Courier, November 26), I just wonder if the judges could perhaps have taken one more very important step by looking at the serving of sentences.
Sir,– I was wondering if anyone can tell me when Christmas is celebrated?
Sir, – With regard to decommissioning projects in the North Sea and Dundee in particular, the latest epistle (involving plans to build the Moonraker offshore heavy lift vessel)is almost fantasy (a little like the film of the same name).
Sir, – I read with interest former Dundee City Council development director Mike Galloway’s defence of “Site Six”, which is otherwise known as that monstrosity being built across from the V&A (“Mastermind defends controversial site six”, Courier, November 21).
Sir, – I write regarding the suspension of Angus Councillor Richard Moore (“Councillor’s conduct sees him suspended”, Courier, November 20).
Sir, – I am writing with regard to the proposed closure of Pitlochry High.
Sir, – I am totally appalled by the shocking abuse directed toward our Prime Minister Theresa May.
Sir, – Recently we honoured Scots troops, in particular those who fell during World War One.