Sir, – Jim Shaw (Letters, November 29) expresses his dissatisfaction with the single, Scotland-wide police service created by the SNP.
Sir, - Recently I listened to a report on Radio Scotland about litter cleaning on Crammond Beach.
Sir, - With reference to the letter by Joseph Miller, Create Fairer Tax System (May 23), the writer was clearly trying to establish some form of populist tax avoidance rhetoric.
Sir, - With reference to the letter by William Loneskie (October 14) it may be that the constitution of Spain means the referendum was unconstitutional, but does that really mean illegal?
Sir, - Every time clear evidence appears, such as the annual GERS report, of the deficit Gordian Knot that an independent Scotland would face, rather than face the reality of massive cuts and tax rises, SNP ministers, spin doctors and apologists trot out the old canards of “we wouldn’t have the cost of Trident or the new aircraft carriers and we could grow the economy to close the deficit gap”.
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, - Angus Councillor Ben Lawrie has come up with an ingenious idea for Angus Council to raise funds by selling off paintings.
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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, - Your article on Wednesday, Floodwaters drop across Houston as death toll rises from Storm Harvey, stated the death toll as being at least 22.