Madam, – The question of Scottish independence is a regular feature in all the newspapers these days.
Madam, – Steve Kerr (Independent schools are not charities, Courier, March 29) is sincere I’m sure, but he is entirely wrong in his take on the High School of Dundee.
Madam, – I wish to address the issues raised by Jenny Hujl in her column of March 20, (Alex Neil and Jim Silars have exploded myth of SNP unity on Brexit, Courier.)
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.
Madam, – So Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell has confirmed he would grant Nicola Sturgeon IndyRef2 whenever she wishes (Labour would not block second referendum on independence, Courier, August 7).
Madam, – John Watson of Broughty Ferry Community Council is delighted that planning was refused on a 10 year vacant site and that “good sense prevailed”.
Madam, – Drugs deaths in Scotland are appallingly common. Being an echo chamber of “progressive” liberalism, the SNP cannot muster anything in response beyond decriminalisation, “safe” injection facilities, tackling dealers and support for addicts.
Madam, – Alex Orr implicitly concedes that the GERS figures are fairly accurate, and that an independent Scotland would face a deficit of around 7% of GDP, by failing to answer them in his letter (Fiscal straitjacket ditched in indy Scotland, Courier, August 27).
Sir, – In contrast to your correspondent Mev Braid (“FM ‘out of depth’ in TV interview”, Letters, November 30), I thought Nicola Sturgeon comfortably held her own in her interview with Andrew Neil.
Madam, – I am both saddened and very disappointed to read so much bad press levelled at oncology at The Princess Alexandra Centre, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee.