Today's letters to The Courier discuss child benefits, energy subsidies, council tax banding, armed forces pensions, the Dundee aid effort for Gaza, and the Conservatives.
Two soldiers fatally wounded after an explosion and fire on their tank at an Army live-firing range died after a design flaw went undetected on their armoured vehicle’s gun barrel, a coroner has concluded.
As middle age wraps me in its corduroy embrace, I tell myself that I used to do cool things.
Netflix’s fabulous series Stranger Things has focused the spotlight on the 1980s. With that in mind, Heritage Car Insurance has picked its top five hot hatches from that decade.
More than half of the heroin and morphine death hotspots in England and Wales are seaside locations, figures show.
The dairy beef sector is the fundamental component missing to support the scale of processing sector Scotland’s beef farmers need and want.
The BBC journalist who reported on a police search of Sir Cliff Richard’s home did not tell his editor the source of his story was from within Operation Yewtree, the High Court heard.
A former Arbroath man who was tracked by Interpol across the globe will be put on a flight to Australia to stand trial for a number of alleged rapes.
The latest DNA technology is being used by prosecutors to reinvestigate a 38-year-old murder.
Sir, – I refer to recent letters in The Courier on the subject of indiscipline in the classroom, and regard the reasons suggested for bad behaviour as irrelevant to the teacher who is faced with pupils whose only aim is to disrupt.