The word ‘nationalism’ has clear connotations wherever it is associated with political movements, across the world and across the ages.
Sir, - After reading the article (November 29) on the further expansion of the beaver population in Scotland, I would like to bring to the public’s attention the pitfalls of such an enterprise.
Sir, - Whatever the nuances of the Ashers bakery gay cake dispute in Northern Ireland, the whole sorry affair does make one wonder what today’s fundamentalist Christians would do, and at whom they would instead be targeting their prejudice, it if wasn’t for primarily those two verses in Leviticus on homosexuality .
Sir, - May I heartily congratulate your columnist Jenny Hjul on her excellent article in your issue of Wednesday August 31.
Passers-by who spotted David Cameron at a pavement cafe in London the day after he stepped down as Prime Minister said he looked “so relaxed and so young, like a new person”.
If you have teenage children, T in the Park looms every year to test your resolve. I’ve lost count of the times I’ve been told, by my children, their friends and their friends’ parents that the music festival is a rite of passage and they must be allowed to go.
Sir, - Members of Tayside Bat Group were very surprised to read the article on Monday about an alleged bat attack.
Today the Scottish parliament will debate the SNP’s highly controversial Named Person scheme which is due to come into force this August.
The decision by Nicola Sturgeon to hand responsibility for Scottish education from Angela Constance to John Swinney was the single most significant move in her cabinet reshuffle.
Sir, - Since the Holyrood election we have had a host of correspondents banging on about respecting the will of the Scottish people.