Madam, – The V&A museum, and the rest of the £1 billion central development, has transformed what was previously a dump into one of the country’s most visited tourist destinations as well as one of the most beautiful waterfronts around.
Madam, – While unbelievably, our politicians enjoy their annual summer break and the rest of us ponder an uncertain future, we Scots are facing the most difficult period in both our economic and political history.
Madam, – First Minister Nicola Sturgeon claims it is a democratic outrage that Indyref2 is blocked.
Madam, – The poll commissioned by Lord Ashcroft showing support for independence will send shivers down the spine of the British Establishment.
Madam, – Regina Erich (Letters, August 2) finds Alex Bell’s analysis (“Independence truth time”, The Courier, August 1) of the Scottish Government’s inaction refreshing.
Madam, – On July 27 I was bitten on the hip by a dog while crossing the Seven Arches bridge, Monifieth.
Madam, – “From each according to means, to each according to needs.”
Madam, – It was refreshing to read Alex Bell’s analysis of the Scottish Government’s inaction when it comes to spelling out the realities of extricating Scotland from the Union (“Independence truth time”, The Courier, August 1).
Madam, – I refer to the letter from GM Lindsay (‘Double standard over new PM’, The Courier, July 27) in which he states the commissioners of the European Union are unelected and our first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, was not elected but anointed.
Madam, – I have never believed Boris Johnson is racist or rabidly right wing but a lot of the gossip, gaffes and japes stuck.