Gregor Townsend drove us to distraction on many occasions in his previous job with Glasgow Warriors, chopping and changing his selections so often it became known as “Toonie Tombola”.
It is sad news and a shock to the workers, but the closure of the Michelin plant in Dundee is just the beginning of a revolution.
Sir, – To say I am appalled at the loss of the Michelin plant in Dundee would be an understatement; the situation is a disaster for a city which has suffered death from a thousand cuts – Timex, NCR and on and on – over the last 20 years.
The morning after the night before is when you expect the fug of a hangover to start lifting.
I have followed Michelin Dundee’s fortunes for many years.
There was no mistaking it; empty seats high the rafters of the Principality Stadium, a sort of unreal atmosphere, and the half-hearted cheer when Wales won the first of a series of early, kickable penalties for needless Scottish offences.
Sir, – Further to your report about Police Scotland and hate crime (“‘No further action’ on anti-hate complaint”, Courier, October 31), perhaps I could be permitted to respond to Chief Superintendent, John McKenzie?
Sir, – We are fast becoming a nation of interferers – and often with disastrous consequences.
Sir, – I recently visited Perth by rail from Glasgow and enjoyed a delightful weekend.
The brave new world of world golf is suddenly on the horizon.