Sir, – The story on Fife Council scrapping the Adopt A Street plan is a terribly sad reflection on the local authority and its workforce.
Madam, – I regret to have to tell arch critic of the SNP Alan Bell of Kirriemuir that his simplistic analysis of Scotland’s economic problems is, to quote an oft used word by the Rev. John Cameron, risible to say the least (Misery over expenditure, Courier, August 26).
Madam, – This week marks Scottish Apprenticeship Week, a fantastic opportunity to draw attention to and recognise the important role Modern Apprentices play in businesses and other organisations in which they work.
Madam, – The people who claim leaving the EU on World Trade Organisation terms would be a “disaster” are those who said the same if we didn’t join the Eurozone.
Madam, – I am writing to you as chairman of the William Gibson Trust regarding the proposed conversion and extension of The White House, 92 Hepburn Gardens, St Andrews, into a residential care home.
Madam, – For the past five years, the entire political debate has been dominated by broadly constitutional issues, namely Scottish Independence and then Brexit.
Sir, – Whilst I have nothing against eating only plants, the statement that this lifestyle can help save the planet is not based on fact.
Sir, – Recently we honoured Scots troops, in particular those who fell during World War One.
Madam, – I am concerned by the article “All the fun of the fair as market arrives, but for how much longer?” (Monday Matters, Courier, April15).
Madam, – One of the regular ‘Scotland in Union’ letter writers, Martin Redfern (Monday, February 18) attempts to convince us of his vision of a future Scotland in union.