Sir, – As The Open gets under way in Carnoustie, it seems to have passed almost unnoticed that live golf has fallen off the agenda for broadcast on free-to-air television.
Sir, – I read with complete disbelief your article in The Courier (“Skeleton held as body of evidence in roof row case”, July 17).
Thousands marched to protest about Donald Trump’s suspect election and anarchic presidency yet we learn the Brexit vote was corrupt and the streets are empty.
Sir, – On Monday night at Westminster Prime Minister Theresa May accepted four amendments to the Trade Bill in the continuing Monty Python-esque Brexit “negotiations”.
The new Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has promised to put hate crime at the top of his agenda, in the wake of an attack on a Catholic priest during an Orange march in Glasgow.
Sir, – At the gay pride event in Glasgow, Nicola Sturgeon said she was “proud to lead this march today celebrating and reaffirming the values of tolerance, diversity, equality, love and respect”.
Sir, – Pictures of protests surrounding President Trump’s visit are seen everywhere in the media, but one must ask why these protests took place.
I have been fascinated by newspaper columns forever.
Sir, – As a cyclist who enjoys Perth city centre, the recent Courier opinion poll regarding making space for safer cycling routes is disheartening reading, and shows just how deeply embedded the car culture is in our cities.
Sir, – The cycle lanes in Perth are dangerous and narrow; they are not joined up and come to an abrupt end, forcing cyclists to rejoin the flow of traffic.