Sir, Your regular unionist correspondents once again pepper The Courier’s pages with their SNP/BAD propaganda.
Sir, – I note that Jill Stephenson’s letter on the Gaelic signs debate in The Courier’s Boxing Day edition was another attempt to make Scotland fall into line with her version of British Nationalism.
Sir, – Arriving in Dundee as a medical student in the 1960s, I soon became used to hearing stories about the inefficiency of the local council and lack of foresight in their planning.
Sir, – While I was pleased that Theresa May mentioned in her Christmas speech the fact that we should take pride in our Christian heritage, I feel this is nothing more than a token gesture to the reality of everyday discrimination facing many Christians in this country when declaring their faith.
Sir, – Did the much publicised sleep-out in Edinburgh’s Princes St Gardens really do anything to help the homeless, other than simply highlight their plight (The Courier December 11)?
Sir, - I’ve always had respect for those trying to provide good housing for those who are locked out of the grossly overpriced housing market.
Sir, - May I heartily congratulate your columnist Jenny Hjul on her excellent article in your issue of Wednesday August 31.
Sir – There’s controversy in Perth. Shopkeepers complain of declining sales.
Sir, - I write on behalf of Dundee Civic Trust with reference to your article (May 2) about shopkeeper Mr Afzal’s call for more support for shops at the east end of the city centre and referring to the neglected state of the Seagate.
Sir, - Was President Obama right to intervene in the debate about British membership of the European Union? (April 22).