Sir, – I read with surprise, if not with shock, the article regarding the backlog of driving tests. Even more shocking was the pass rate of less than 50%!
Sir, – It was with interest that I read in Monday’s Web Comments of the 82-year-old on his way to bagging every Munro.
Sir, – I felt on reading your editorial and Lottie Hood’s quotes regarding the P&J Arena in Aberdeen hosting Eurovison, I should air a major consideration.
Sir, – Like most local folk in the Strathglass community I was shocked by Trees For Life’s (TFL) press release regarding the release of beaver in our community. This was the first many of us had heard about this latest bid by this organisation to reintroduce beavers in our area. The community council had not even been consulted.
Sir, – In her campaigning event in Exeter, when asked about the possibility of another Scottish independence referendum, Liz Truss answered: “It was agreed it was once in a generation.”
Sir, – In a recent letter I mentioned historical near-disasters and current impending ones associated with technologies whose future effects were either unforeseen or ignored and asked whether we were following a similar path with genetic manipulation?