Sir, – Last week Lesley Laird, Scottish Labour deputy leader, condemned Nicola Sturgeon for forgetting the cost of establishing an independent Scotland.
Sir, – I am writing to support the view of Margaret Copland of Monifieth House of Memories who argues that the town is losing out on its fair share of council funding (Monifieth locals urged to make voices heard, Courier, May 31).
Sir, – Our Angus councillors are to be congratulated for rejecting the ill-founded and deeply unpopular decision by officials to close Stracathro School.
Sir, – Dundee missed a huge opportunity to build an expansive water park and swimming centre when the V&A museum was first mooted.
A woman who won a civil rape case is spearheading a new campaign to end the not proven verdict in Scottish criminal trials.
Sir, – I was alarmed to see a recent Courier photograph captioned as the rare white variety of our native wild hyacinth. It was not, but was the pallid-coloured but strong-growing hybrid of the invasive Spanish bluebell.
Sir, – The next time I hear Nicola Sturgeon talk about fighting “austerity” I will remind her of the austerity she and her government have just imposed on Scotland’s low-income population.
Sir, – Pictures of protests surrounding President Trump’s visit are seen everywhere in the media, but one must ask why these protests took place.
Sir, – In a negotiation usually both parties set out their position, and then gradually come together to a mutually agreeable outcome.
Sir, – Since 2016 I have listened to and read copious amounts of garbage regarding Brexit.