Sir, - It cannot be acceptable for any political leader to enter a radio or television studio and not know the answer to two basic questions.
Sir, - Colin Mayall (May 17) is adopting the SNP habit of confusing conjecture with reality.
Sir, - Should our elected politicians be pressurised to declare where they stand on matters that relate to individuals and their private behaviour?
Sir, - Jill Stephenson (March 28) comments on the Scottish Government’s Growth Commission findings, which, she states, warns “that there could be up to 10 years of real hardship in Scotland after secession”.
Sir, - I heartily concur with your correspondents (November 12) concerning the attitudes of Scotland’s political leaders to the US President elect, Donald Trump.
Sir, - Many people throughout the world are reeling from the shock of Donald Trump’s election. I am one of them.
Sir - Scotland should not insult America’s President elect.
Sir, - The news that the SNP’s £10 billion financing deal with China has collapsed is bad news for the 150,000 people on Scotland’s housing waiting lists – 30% more than in 2004.
A Green Party MSP has submitted a motion to the Scottish Parliament, congratulating Perth council chiefs on its imminent bid for City of Culture status.
Sir, - With reference to your articles about the row over a planning application to build on open land at Gotterstone, Dundee, anyone who thinks that open spaces are safe in a modern Scottish city should take a trip to East Kilbride.