Madam, – What is Dundee City Council’s Brexit working group chairman Will Dawson frightened of?
Madam, – It’s an absolute tragedy that more people in Scotland lose their lives to substance misuse than anywhere else in the EU.
Dundee woke to summer sunshine on Tuesday morning.
Madam, – I was out driving between Forfar and Arbroath and Forfar and Montrose at the weekend and found myself thinking that Angus Council seem more interested in trying to save face regarding the huge mistake they made by introducing parking charges than looking after the assets they have.
Madam, – When I read how Angus Council and the Carnoustie Golf Links groups were opposing the laying of a renewable electricity cable through their land (Compulsory purchase order on historic links, Courier, July 11) I began to wonder if I was reading a master lesson on “how to do irony”.
Madam, – I find myself in partial agreement with those SNP politicians who argue that independence negotiations could be triggered without a referendum (“Referendum Plan B chilling”, Jenny Hjul, The Courier, July 10).
In 1985 I flew from Dublin to Boston return for £400. If I did it today, it would cost a bit less.
One thing the many contenders for the Tory leadership contest had in common was a determination to rule out a second independence referendum in Scotland.
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, – I agree with Otto Inglis (Pride but not without pitfalls, Courier, July 2).