Sir - Cabinet secretary Derek Mackay’s claim that anyone earning more than £43,430 is a high earner and should be taxed accordingly at the 40% rate is clearly nonsensical and will not be appreciated by the skilled public servants and others who will be penalised.
Sir, - The current health scare over imported eggs simply highlights the differences between EU and UK animal welfare standards.
A certain gentle mockery used to come my way from within the ranks of the Crumley tribe for using the word “record” when I meant a CD.
Sir, – I found the Courier report (November 10) of the abominable treatment of Mr Bashir Hussain to be quite alarming.
Sir, - I was surprised that your report (October 21) concerning the transfer of lyme disease from wildlife to people via ticks made no mention of the most likely candidate, the humble pheasant.
Sir, - Reading the allegations about Perth High School in the press has caused anger and upset among staff and pupils who cannot understand the motivation behind such actions.
Sir, - I would like to take issue with Maimie Paterson’s opinion piece, Spare farming an equality lecture (January 28).
St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown has hit back at Tam Scobbie after the player launched a scathing attack on the way his McDiarmid exit was handled.
Sir, - In their letters, Messrs Wardrop and Cross make a variety of assertions in their replies to me which need to be challenged.
Sir, - As constitutional chaos beckons, the SNP seeks to ensure maximum damage to this country by ensuring MSPs have a vote at Holyrood about Article 50.