Bill Brown's warning that independence presents the biggest financial risk of voters' lives is correct in recognising the seriousness of the choice being made (Letters, May 23).
George Osborne has had the careworn look of the chastened gambler of late.
The Conservative Party's ruling body has rejected calls for an investigation into allegations one of David Cameron's closest allies called activists "mad, swivelled-eyed loons".
When, after Ukip's success in the English local elections, the Tory leadership decided it would be sensible to stop calling them loonies, I hadn't anticipated that they would go on to apply the same description to their own supporters.
Tory MPs last night turned on David Cameron over allegations one of his closest political allies called party activists "mad, swivel-eyed loons".