Madam, – On July 27 I was bitten on the hip by a dog while crossing the Seven Arches bridge, Monifieth.
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.
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.
Sir, – I watched Willie Rennie at FMQs complaining that the health and welfare of Scottish police officers is not receiving enough support.
Madam, – Recent coverage in The Courier and other media of Richard Selley’s campaign for the legalisation of assisted dying and of his own death on Friday (Final plea over assisted dying, Courier, September 6), must have made many people wonder what kind of democracy we live in.
READERS’ LETTERS: Real-life trauma of those affected lost in NHS Tayside chemotherapy cancer scandal
Sir, – As patients who were affected by the choice of NHS Tayside to disregard current clinical management guidelines surrounding chemotherapy doses, we feel that your recent coverage on the plight of the clinicians in question requires response.
Madam, – It’s a city of contrasts, my city.
Sir, – What shocking figures we’re seeing for the closing of High Street shops and the casting aside of shop assistants on to the scrapheap of unemployment (“New report showing 1,300 retail jobs lost in Tayside and Fife”, The Courier, October 25).
Madam, – The smacking ban is the tip of the iceberg.
Madam, – While the decision to proceed with the UK Type 31 Frigate programme is to be welcomed, the way in which the Ministry of Defence is understating the cost of the selected Type 31 Frigate design needs to be challenged.