A man’s home is his metaphorical castle, except in the case of prospective Dundee West MP Chris Law who literally lives in a castle.
Sir, – I refer to Denis Munro’s letter (Scotland not more inclusive than rest of UK, Courier, November 6).
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The MP for East Dunbartonshire is a Unionist but as she embarks on her general election campaign, Scotland’s future in the UK seems to be taking a distant second place to Britain’s position in Europe.
Sir, – I watched the SNP march through Perth recently and some questions have been troubling me ever since.
Thank you young farmers!
Sir, – After a week of being accused of being a racist, despite being an anti-racist and in the past an active anti-racist, The Courier’s Stefan Morkis added his two pennies’ worth in his Saturday Journal column, accusing me of “blithely” discussing racism when I should be “checking my privilege” (“Supporters have to be held to account for racist chants”, October 26).
One thing most of Britain’s political parties have in common over Brexit is their bitter internal divisions. Now we have a general election looming, those differences will no doubt set the tone of the campaign.
As online exhortations go, the demand to “check your privilege” is a strange beast.
As a teenage indie rock aficionado and John Peel devotee, I had no truck with the likes of Westlife.
One definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.