Some supporters of the Labour for Scotland group want to change their party's name to the Independent Labour Party (Labour pressure group launches, News, October 19).
Alexander McKay's statement that the "pro-UK" side won the referendum is indisputable (Accept the settled will of the country, Letters, October 19).
Richard Lucas criticises Vicky Allan for distinguishing just two stances about "sexting":
Ian Bell writes that Lord Smith of Kelvin has a "hellish task" in seeking agreement on further devolution.
I was pleased with the prominence you gave the essay on Gaelic (The word of Mod, Comment, October 19).
Rob Edwards exposes a major Scottish Government failing (Revealed:
Two further incidents can be added to the concerns raised about safety within the nuclear industry (Nuclear incidents need to be taken more seriously, Letters, October 19).
THE demand from Brussels for an extra £1.7 billion of British taxpayers' money is a travesty.
THE success of the by-laws recently trialled on the east side of Loch Lomond is now being followed by plans to roll out similar measures for all the other areas of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park affected by the blight of irresponsible wild camping ("£10m move to cut wild camping at Loch Lomond.", The Herald October 7).
THE news that Harry Roberts is to be freed after a life sentence for the murder of two police officers is shocking and just goes to show that Home Secretary Theresa May and this Government give scant regard to the police service ("Fury over decision to free police killer", The Herald October 24).
OUR society has never known such levels of medical expertise and ability to control pain.
WITH the SNP still to decide on many of their Westminster candidates for the 2015 election the inference on BBC1's Question Time was that Alex Salmond might be attracted to that institution once again ("Salmond hints he may stand as MP in 2015 poll", The Herald, October 24).
I SHARE Iain Macwhirter's unease that the Smith Commission process only involves politicians ("Please make sure you have your say on more powers", The Herald, October 23).
TO suggest that "David Cameron has proved himself to be a better PM than most" almost made me choke on my cereal this morning.
SO-CALLED "relaxation" of the speed limits for heavier vehicles on, for example the A9, seem to me quite odd, given that as a motorist I am regularly overtaken by buses, large freight trucks, supermarket vans and the like when I am driving my car at the limit prescribed for non-heavy vehicles ("HGV speed limit pilot to begin on A9", The Herald, October, 22).
I NOTE Care Not Killing describes the Assisted Suicide Bill as unnecessary, uncontrollable and unethical ("Suicide proposals 'unethical and not necessary'", The Herald, October 22).