Madam, – In comparing Brexit with the “nightmare of a divorce” (Readers’ Letters, Courier, March 27), the Rev Dr John Cameron rightly deplores the latter but he does not recognise the dreadful negotiations and the European Union’s fatal flaws.
Madam, – Today we are fools, tomorrow we will be fools and in May we are fools in allowing ourselves and the UK to become the laughing stock of the world by our Westminster masters.
Madam, – Steve Kerr (Independent schools are not charities, Courier, March 29) is sincere I’m sure, but he is entirely wrong in his take on the High School of Dundee.
Madam, – I was very sorry to hear of the death of Merv Rolfe (Tributes to former city Lord Provost, Courier, March 1) and it reminded me of an important role he played 25 years ago.
Madam, – I was out driving between Forfar and Arbroath and Forfar and Montrose at the weekend and found myself thinking that Angus Council seem more interested in trying to save face regarding the huge mistake they made by introducing parking charges than looking after the assets they have.
Talented tennis players from across Tayside and Fife have served up a winning performance to scoop three national awards.
Madam, – If I was a novelist I wouldn’t have the gall to make it up.
Warnings over aggressive new blight strains which can take crops down in days were not lost on dozens of potato farmers who gathered yesterday on the AHDB’s “Spot” monitor farm near Blairgowrie.
Madam, – What is Dundee City Council’s Brexit working group chairman Will Dawson frightened of?
Madam, – The coronation of Boris Johnson as Tory leader is an ignominious event (It’s Prime Minister Boris, Courier, July 24).