Sir, - Your correspondent Gordon Pay (August 5) is ecstatic about his electric car and says he has no problems with it, but that more charging points are needed.
Sir, – Both Richard Lucas and Les Mackay (Thursday’s Letters) are correct that the Westminster harassment furore shows low personal standards of conduct. However, the parliamentary abuses just mirror the decline in our own morality and probity as a society.
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.
Sir, - The fire on Monday evening at a prominent Lochee church building is a devastating end to the history of a building which began life in 1830 as Lochee Chapel of Ease.
Sir, – Since the Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay intends that the budget this week will aim to “unlock economic potential” in the country, the good people of Levenmouth are expecting a concrete commitment to reinstate our mothballed rail link.
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, Your regular unionist correspondents once again pepper The Courier’s pages with their SNP/BAD propaganda.
Sir, - I, like so many men over age of 70, have prostate problems and have the need of a toilet at frequent intervals.
Sir, - The Audit Scotland report on NHS Scotland and the SNP’s mismanagement was both authoritative and damning.