Madam, – At last someone has had the honesty to call the scale of drug addiction and deaths in Britain, and Dundee in particular, an “epidemic”.
Madam, – The publication of the latest GERS (Government Expenditure and Revenue for Scotland) figures has triggered a now traditional feeding frenzy (Claim £12.6bn deficit is no barrier to independence, Courier, August 22).
Madam, – Twenty years since the reinstatement of the Scottish Parliament, the record of devolution to date is mixed.
Sir, – Amidst ever increasing council cutbacks it is well known that numerous drains in and around Dundee are blocked.
Madam, – Cliff Richard is right to seek anonymity for those accused of sex crimes since naming the accused before they are formally charged breaches the rules of natural justice and, in the febrile atmosphere of #MeToo-ism, wrecks lives.
Madam, – I have never believed Boris Johnson is racist or rabidly right wing but a lot of the gossip, gaffes and japes stuck.
Madam, – Back in the 1980s Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative Government was faring very badly until a military adventure in the Falkland Islands diverted attention from her troubles at home.
Farmers tend not to think of themselves as estate owners, however, thanks to diversification, there are striking similarities.
As businesses increase their digital presence and undertake more activity online, the risk of fraud and theft should be carefully considered with sufficient controls put in place to help minimise the risks posed.
Sir, – I am struck by the hypocrisy on the part of the independence deniers, none of whom have ever put a valid case or argument in favour of retaining the status quo.