Sir, – The famous figure of £350 million a week, emblazoned on the Vote Leave campaign bus and purported to be the bonus to the NHS if the UK left the EU, has long since been discredited. But is still talked about.
Madam, – Everyone is entitled to express an honest opinion.
READERS’ LETTERS: Boris Johnson’s hard Brexit determination is turning point for Scottish independence
Sir, – Boris Johnson’s determination to put hard Brexit back on the table is a turning point for Scottish independence.
Madam, – The news that Fife Council is facing a £7.4 million overspend (The Courier, September 14) should surprise no one.
Madam, – I refer to the letter from GM Lindsay (‘Double standard over new PM’, The Courier, July 27) in which he states the commissioners of the European Union are unelected and our first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, was not elected but anointed.
Sir, – There is certainly much to criticise in the Conservatives’ past record, and your recent correspondents are entitled to their opinions anent assumed disasters from a future Conservative government.
Sir, – As a person who was concerned with the Scottish criminal justice system for some 50 years as defence counsel, advocate depute, sheriff and part time High Court judge, I think that I am entitled to comment on the editorial The Courier story entitled “Disappointing term for sexual abuser” (December 5).
Sir, – Nick Decker and others have been making preposterous claims about the potential benefit of oil to an independent Scotland.
Sir, – I refer to Denis Munro’s letter (Scotland not more inclusive than rest of UK, Courier, November 6).
Sir, – The election is over, the people of Scotland have voted and democracy has been the winner.