Letters

  • 22 May 2015

    I NOTE with interest your article concerning the jailing of former Apprentice contestant Sharon McAllister for refusing to give her ex-partner access to his son ("Apprentice star is jailed after ignoring court order over son", The Herald, May 21).

  • 22 May 2015

    ONCE again the big banks are fined for "irregular practices" which seem to becoming all too regular ("RBS hit by fine after foreign currency rigged", The Herald, May 21).

  • 21 May 2015

    I HAVE looked on at the turmoil and infighting , which has, post-General Election, consumed the Labour Party with an interest , which, while it may fall short of being intense, nevertheless is extant.

  • 20 May 2015

    WHILE welcoming your coverage of the Carers (Scotland) Bill and the exciting proposals therein ("Ministers look into bill to give support to carers", The Herald, May 18, I would point out that the aims and objectives will only be possible with a significant increase in funding and a change in mindset.

  • 20 May 2015

    I NOTE that the Ministry of Defence has responded to a whistle-blower's allegations, saying that its submarines, in particular the Trident submarines, are "completely safe" to go to sea ("Trident claims whistleblower will go to police", The Herald, May 19).

  • 20 May 2015

    ONCE again it is blatantly obvious that Scotland is seen as a glorified theme park to various wildlife single interest groups ( "Springwatch host calls for wolves to be reintroduced to Scotland," The Herald, May 19).