Madam, – I was interested in Keith Howell’s comments (“Carrying on regardless”, Letters, The Courier, August 27), referring to the Scottish Government’s new Citizens’ Assembly plans.
Madam, – What exactly does science mean by life?
Sir, – In a negotiation usually both parties set out their position, and then gradually come together to a mutually agreeable outcome.
Madam, – Fife Council is giving in to the lead developer, Persimmon Homes, on the question of Cupar North.
Sir, – Dundee City Council leader John Alexander (The Courier, October 21) is supportive of the decriminalisation of drugs as he thinks it will reduce the city’s drugs death rate.
Madam, – On a regular basis articles and letters appear in The Courier about the supposed iniquity of the car parking charges at Ninewells Hospital.
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).
Madam, – It is ironic that Derek Farmer’s latest rant against Scots, the EU and the single market (Letters, January 23) coincided with two articles in the same issue which served to undermine his argument.
Sir, – So Pete Wishart MP believes “gentle persuasion” is the key to winning IndyRef2 (Independence activists urged to play long game, Courier, December 28).
Madam, – I was very sorry to hear of the death of Merv Rolfe (Tributes to former city Lord Provost, Courier, March 1) and it reminded me of an important role he played 25 years ago.