Madam, – Amidst the hysterical claims on the probability of human induced catastrophic global warming promoted by celebrity adolescents, first-class jet-set ‘concerned’ actresses and virtue-signalling politicians, it may be surprising to learn that this year’s May bank holiday was the coldest on record.
Madam, – It was encouraging to read recently that Dundee’s economic development convener is exploring Park & Choose options on the Fife side of the Tay Road Bridge.
Madam, – The coronation of Boris Johnson as Tory leader is an ignominious event (It’s Prime Minister Boris, Courier, July 24).
Madam, – Twenty years since the reinstatement of the Scottish Parliament, the record of devolution to date is mixed.
Madam, – What is Dundee City Council’s Brexit working group chairman Will Dawson frightened of?
Madam, – With a further six-month extension to Brexit and the can being kicked even further down the road, it was intriguing to note that the result of a nationwide referendum in Switzerland had been overturned.
The farmers’ union has taken meat promotion into its own hands with the launch of a campaign calling on consumers to eat Scotch beef.
Madam, – War may be hell but I disagree with Rev. Dr John Cameron (We need genuine patriots to show the way, Courier, July 8) that the Falklands conflict in 1982 was “wholly unnecessary”.
Madam, – On a regular basis articles and letters appear in The Courier about the supposed iniquity of the car parking charges at Ninewells Hospital.
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.