Madam, – The poll commissioned by Lord Ashcroft showing support for independence will send shivers down the spine of the British Establishment.
Lord Ashcroft’s latest poll showing a majority of Scots are in favour of independence may be the first such result of its kind in more than two years.
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.
Bojo’s tour of the provinces could have gone worse – possibly. He offered a bribe to Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast so small (£300 million between them) that it barely registered. Where leaders sought clarity on No Deal, he offered bluster.
Madam, – Prime Minister Boris Johnson scuttling out of Bute House to avoid protesters, like the Cowardly Lion from Wizard of Oz, was an embarrassing sight.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was booed by a crowd of protesters as he arrived for his first official meeting with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon yesterday.
Boris Johnson declared yesterday he was “delighted” with Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson despite her refusal to support a no-deal Brexit.
Madam, – I have never believed Boris Johnson is racist or rabidly right wing but a lot of the gossip, gaffes and japes stuck.
Madam, – Nicola Sturgeon goes on about Westminster not giving Scottish people what they voted for by imposing Brexit on Scotland and is adamant she wants a second referendum to determine whether or not Scotland should split from the UK.
‘The last Prime Minister of the United Kingdom’: Watch SNP Westminster leader’s heated PMQs exchange with Boris Johnson
The SNP's leader in Westminster labelled Boris Johnson "the last Prime Minister of the United Kingdom" in the House of Commons on Thursday.