Sir, – Lately I have read a lot of articles extolling the city of Dundee prior to the excitement surrounding the opening of the V&A.
Sir, – I watched Willie Rennie at FMQs complaining that the health and welfare of Scottish police officers is not receiving enough support.
Madam, – On a regular basis articles and letters appear in The Courier about the supposed iniquity of the car parking charges at Ninewells Hospital.
Madam, – I was very sorry to hear of the death of Merv Rolfe (Tributes to former city Lord Provost, Courier, March 1) and it reminded me of an important role he played 25 years ago.
Madam, – I was truly shocked by the piece about the threatened future of Seaton Grove Care Home (Review axe hanging over Angus care home, Courier, March 9).
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, – The coronation of Boris Johnson as Tory leader is an ignominious event (It’s Prime Minister Boris, Courier, July 24).
Madam, – War may be hell but I disagree with Rev. Dr John Cameron (We need genuine patriots to show the way, Courier, July 8) that the Falklands conflict in 1982 was “wholly unnecessary”.
Madam, – What is Dundee City Council’s Brexit working group chairman Will Dawson frightened of?
Madam, – I find it difficult to understand the turmoil in British politics.