Sir,- Is Mr Logan Steele, campaigning for the Scottish Raptor Study Group seeking stronger regulation of licensed game bird hunters, whom they suspect of many illegal but undiscovered raptor killings, aware of the alleged heavy toll of birds of prey and of bats by wind turbines?
Sir, - As a blue badge holder, I regularly find myself falling foul of differing rules enforced by private parking companies (though always, it must be said, by companies with headquarters in England).
Sir, - Now that Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May have signed Section 30 and Article 50, it is game on.
Sir, - I note that the opening of the new Queensferry Crossing has been delayed again (March 29).
Sir, - I refer to two articles regarding NHS Tayside which you published on March 28.
Sir, - Like most people in the United Kingdom and worldwide, I was deeply saddened and shocked by the atrocities in London and my thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims and those who were injured.
Sir, - First Minister Nicola Sturgeon makes great play of a second referendum giving Scotland the democratic choice on Brexit that we “deserve”, and also makes the cheap point that Theresa May was not elected as Prime Minister.
Sir, - I found it rather odd that Jim Sillars said he will not vote for Scottish independence if it meant an independent Scotland would have to rejoin the EU (March 8).
Sir, - It is a step forward that BBC bosses now at least admit there is a need for a dedicated channel reflecting Scottish culture and how world events effect Scotland.
Sir, - Ongoing and deep-rooted divisions within the Labour Party, under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, re-emphasise the need for reform of the UK’s first-past-the-post electoral system.