Sir, – Some parents might have hoped that their sons could leave the intrusive LGBT campaigning prevalent in Scottish schools behind as they head off to Scouts.
Sir, - I see from your report (June 23) that the First Minister seems determined to press ahead with the plan to have Police Scotland absorb the Scottish operations of British Transport Police despite almost everyone who has anything to do with policing the railway being against the idea.
Sir, -I am writing in response to the article (October 31) regarding Perth and Kinross Council’s ongoing review of Beechgrove, Parkdale and Dalweem residential care homes.
Sir, – The article in The Courier (“War of words breaks out over rail link, January 11”) covered the harsh verbal exchanges between SNP MSP Jenny Gilruth and Fife Council co-leader David Ross.
Sir, - I write in a personal capacity as a member of Howe of Fife RFC for more than 50 years.
Sir, - I refer to your columnist Alex Bell’s commentary on the housing market in Scotland, Scotland’s a great place to be rich in (August 10).
Sir, - When an open-air pop concert is staged on parkland it usually means that the grass is churned up by heavy vehicles carrying scaffolding, staging and equipment.
Sir, - How fantastic it was to read of the Levenmouth Community Energy Partnership and Logan Energy’s hydrogen project.
Sir, – When it came to making a decision whether or not to divert from Tory austerity policies and increase the top rate of tax for those with an income above £150,000, SNP Finance Secretary Derek Mackay seems to have bottled it.
Sir, - The pictures on our TV screens and in our newspapers of what is happening in Catalonia in the run up to its independence ballot is deeply disturbing for all those who believe in democracy.