Sir, - I heartily concur with your correspondents (November 12) concerning the attitudes of Scotland’s political leaders to the US President elect, Donald Trump.
Armistice Day has been marked at a series of ceremonies across Courier country.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has told FIFA to "get a reality check" after blasting the world governing body's decision to ban Scotland and England's players from wearing poppies on their shirts.
The poppy is political, and long may it remain so. On the 11th of the 11th we appear to set politics aside to commemorate the war dead.
Scotland and Engand players will wear black armbands bearing poppies in their World Cup qualifier at Wembley on November 11.
The Legion Scotland branches of Tayside and Fife are calling for holders of the Elizabeth Cross to take part in the Festival of Remembrance in Dundee.
Queues of visitors have been lining up to see the spectacular Weeping Window display at Perth's Black Watch Castle.
The nation has fallen silent to honour thousands of soldiers killed in the Battle of the Somme 100 years after the bloodiest day in British military history.
The Princess Royal led an afternoon of events on both sides of the Forth marking the centenary of the Battle of Jutland.