Madam, – It makes sense for the city of Perth to house the Stone of Destiny because this stone has an interesting history (Battle begins to bring Stone of Destiny to Perth, Courier, August 16).
Madam, – John Watson of Broughty Ferry Community Council is delighted that planning was refused on a 10 year vacant site and that “good sense prevailed”.
Madam, – Why is there so much argument over who is to blame for the Brexit fiasco?
Madam, – Your leader (Findings mean it is time for action, Courier, August, 17) quite rightly highlighted the appalling problems caused by drugs, but said drug abuse was “fuelled by poverty and inequality”.
Sir, – In his letter, Denis Munro (Scotland not more inclusive than rest of UK, Courier, November 6) raises a number of questions about the recent march for independence in Perth.
Sir, – Since 2014, the mask of the Union Scots depicting Scotland as a supposedly loved and respected partner has slipped ever further from the face of Westminster, revealing the stark reality hidden beneath.
Sir, – For the first time since his inauguration, President Donald Trump has told the truth when he said that he has no interest in the NHS.
Madam, – Saturday’s letters (The Courier, August 31) made interesting reading, particularly in the context of some respondents’ understanding of democracy in general and its application in the so-called union of equal states – also known as the UK.
Madam, – It was refreshing to read Alex Bell’s analysis of the Scottish Government’s inaction when it comes to spelling out the realities of extricating Scotland from the Union (“Independence truth time”, The Courier, August 1).
Sir, – I wish to thank Mr Rennie MSP for the support he has given those of us who feel unfairly targeted by Fife Leisure Trust in their plans to reduce opening hours of the Cupar Sports Centre.