Madam, – With reference to your headline “Not one fly-tipping prosecution since 2010, says council”, (Courier, August 6) I’m sure there are difficulties and frustrations experienced by the regulatory authorities in tackling this antisocial crime, including the fact that penalties imposed on the culprits if and when they are prosecuted are often not sufficient to act as a deterrent.
Madam, – My wife recently had an X-ray in Perth Royal Infirmary and asked for a report from her GP.
Madam, – I read the other day about Jacob Rees-Mogg’s campaign to be elected MP for Central Fife in 1997 and couldn’t believe he was unsuccessful!
Sir, – Whether Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn grants a Section 30 order allowing a second referendum during the first term of a Labour government – or only after it has ended, or at some other time, or not at all – it is clear his priority is bringing the country back together and dealing with Brexit.
Madam, – I attended the traditional opening of the Tay salmon season at Meikleour and enjoyed a happy occasion.
Madam, – The decision by Honda to move its manufacturing back to Japan, has been seized upon by Brexit “Remainers” as evidence of the economic damage to the United Kingdom as a consequence of leaving the EU.
Madam, – Cliff Richard is right to seek anonymity for those accused of sex crimes since naming the accused before they are formally charged breaches the rules of natural justice and, in the febrile atmosphere of #MeToo-ism, wrecks lives.
Madam, – I write with regard to the article on vandalism across Angus in which Kirstene Hair MP gave comment (Anti-social crime soaring in Angus, Courier, March 18).
Madam, – Nicola Sturgeon goes on about Westminster not giving Scottish people what they voted for by imposing Brexit on Scotland and is adamant she wants a second referendum to determine whether or not Scotland should split from the UK.
Madam, – The question of Scottish independence is a regular feature in all the newspapers these days.