Madam, – The complete and utter shambles Theresa May and her government have made of Brexit absolutely beggars belief.
Madam, – Never have I witnessed a greater bunch of lily livered, self seeking, and egotistical parliamentarians.
Madam, – Andrew Lawson’s letter (Walking a dangerous path, The Courier, 8 March) linking anti-Semitism in Germany before the war and in the Labour Party now is pushing things a wee bit too far.
Madam, – My letter relates not to the rights and wrongs of the smacking debate, but rather to the practicalities and consequences if, as is proposed, smacking is made a criminal offence.
Madam, – Whenever I see a politician holding a baby in front of a camera or putting an arm around a frail OAP I can’t help feeling uncomfortable.
Madam, – This week marks Scottish Apprenticeship Week, a fantastic opportunity to draw attention to and recognise the important role Modern Apprentices play in businesses and other organisations in which they work.
Madam, – The “Melville pong” is the perfect illustration of one of life’s little ironies (Melville pong prompts promise of immediate work to banish odour, Courier, March 5).
Madam, – Who determines which town centres will actually benefit from the Town Centre Fund (£8 million cash injection to revitalise high street, Courier, March 2).
Madam, – Every night the goings on in Parliament feature on the news, and there is always a shot of the Palace of Westminster, propped up by scaffolding, and swathed in polythene: it seems to be a metaphor for the state of governance in the UK.
Madam, – Two Scottish Green Party representatives recently advocated gender-neutral toilets for schools (Letters, The Courier, February 16).