Sir, - I would like to take issue with Maimie Paterson’s opinion piece, Spare farming an equality lecture (January 28).
Sir, – Did the much publicised sleep-out in Edinburgh’s Princes St Gardens really do anything to help the homeless, other than simply highlight their plight (The Courier December 11)?
Sir, - Our world is constantly filled with tragedy and horror, none more so than the devastation caused by the fire at Grenfell Tower in London.
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, - In the wake of the utter chaos resulting from the latest round of suspensions of top Scottish police officers, the justice secretary Michael Matheson was urged to ‘step out of the shadows and get a grip of Police Scotland’.
Sir, - It is indisputable that Scottish education is in decline.
Sir, – I noticed certain basic things over the festive period concerning energy generation.
Sir, - Congratulations once again to The Courier for highlighting the state of mental health services in Fife and the usual placatory replies made by the Scottish Government that we have come to know so well.
Sir, - Keith Howell’s letter regarding Catalonia and Scotland (November 2) makes one wonder if he has taken in the events of the past weeks.
Sir, – It was with mixed feelings that I read of legally set traps being vandalised and the Scottish Gamekeepers Association’s concern.