Truth and justice should be of paramount public interest ("How UK Government hid secret Lockerbie report", The Herald, June 1).
The way in which a Public Interest Immunity certificate has been used to suppress evidence suggests politicians are more than happy to suppress the truth. Given this culture, it is no surprise that many people are sceptical about what politicians say.
40 Warriston Gardens, Edinburgh.
RENFREWSHIRE Witch Hunt is delighted to get any publicity for the re-enactment of Paisley's 17th-century witch trials but we hope Paisley's reputation is not so tarnished that people believe we were still garroting and burning witches in 1976 ("Witches trial back for a spell", The Herald, June 1). We hope the public will come along to Paisley town centre today and join us for the restaging of the events of 1697.
Liz Gardiner, RWH 1697,
Tannahill Cottage, 11 Queen Street, Paisley.
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