IT seems that someone left the door of Westminster's political crypt open long enough to enable Gordon Brown to escape north to treat us all to the benefit of his wisdom ("Brown attacks Tory 'Enoch Powell' immigration policy", The Herald, May 14).
It is the right time, and the wrong time, for Maggie And Me, a memoir about Margaret Thatcher and small-town Scotland.
Margaret Thatcher believed the UK should leave the European Union, her biographer has claimed.
As Peter Russell stated, under devolution the Scottish Parliament has authority over housing, education and so on (Topic of the week – Thatcher's legacy: independence?, Letters, April 21).
A few days after Margaret Thatcher was elected leader of the Conservative Party in 1975, she headed north for an engagement in Edinburgh.