Madam, – I found the recent opinion polls showing an increased level of support for Scottish independence in the event of Boris Johnson becoming the next PM rather surprising.
Madam, – Having just watched the Women’s World Cup football I am convinced the pastime should be a separate sport for the benefit of those wishing to see women playing football, and not a game of men’s football played by women.
Madam, – Robert I.G. Scott, (“Is SNP ready for independence?” Letters, May 16) correctly highlighted the raison d’etre of the SNP is to achieve independence, which was the one thing he got right.
Nicola Sturgeon has told MSPs she plans to hold an independence referendum by the end of next year.
Madam, – I wish to address the issues raised by Jenny Hujl in her column of March 20, (Alex Neil and Jim Silars have exploded myth of SNP unity on Brexit, Courier.)
Madam, – Over the last decade or so support for the SNP and its absolute belief in Scottish independence has revolved around one dominant personality.
If anyone was in any doubt about Nicola Sturgeon’s true intentions regarding her Brexit strategy, all was revealed on Monday morning during a deeply troubling radio interview.
Sir, – It would appear that the First Minister for Scotland is campaigning for the hardest of Brexits, presumably in the hopes that our country will suffer badly.
Hundreds of Scottish independence supporters paraded in the streets of Dunfermline during the second annual Forward as One rally.
Hundreds of independence campaigners have marched through the streets of Dunfermline before holding a rally in the town’s Pittencrieff Park.