TOWARDS the end of the 1930s the poet Louis MacNeice took a trip to the Western Isles.
I enjoyed Vicky Allan's essay about fairness in society (Who said life was supposed to be fair?, Comment, October 5).
Had this been 2009 and not 2014, and had the venue been balmy Bournemouth not foggy Glasgow, loyal LibDem voters would have been greatly cheered today.
David Laws launched a stinging attack on the Tories, claiming their policies were designed to widen inequality and undermine public services.
LIBERAL Democrat leader Nick Clegg has accused his Conservative Coalition colleagues of "beating up on" the poor, as he indicated planned Tory welfare cuts would be a "red line" in future negotiations.