Madam, – It makes sense for the city of Perth to house the Stone of Destiny because this stone has an interesting history (Battle begins to bring Stone of Destiny to Perth, Courier, August 16).
Madam, – What exactly does science mean by life?
Sir, – Michael Alexander’s article on the Science of Climate Change (The Courier, October 29) was a refreshingly sane view of a topic that too often breeds hysteria.
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 smacking ban is the tip of the iceberg.
Madam, – Now the majority of the candidates in the Tory leadership election have confessed to past illegal drug use, a troubling question arises: Was the ‘war on drugs’ a hoax?
A murder suspect said there was “blood everywhere” after he repeatedly bludgeoned a young mum on the head with a claw hammer, a jury heard yesterday.
‘When I hit her she was laughing’ says man accused of killing Fife woman Claire Turnbull with hammer
A murder suspect confessed to police about how he killed Fife woman Claire Turnbull with a hammer.
Madam, – War may be hell but I disagree with Rev. Dr John Cameron (We need genuine patriots to show the way, Courier, July 8) that the Falklands conflict in 1982 was “wholly unnecessary”.
Sir, – Robert I G Scott (“The answer remains emphatically ‘no’”, Letters, October 22) buries his head in the sand and informs us, “the people of Scotland have made it quite clear that they do not wish to leave the UK.”