Re the letter from CW, might I lend my support to this letter.
Eeee-ha! That’s me Covid-vaxxed. Fit a relief.
There’s nothing romantic about artery-clogging animal-derived foods, but there’s everything to love about healthy, delicious plant-based meals.
For those unconvinced that Scottish independence would be a panacea for all our woes, we can at least be assured help is at hand from a (very) unlikely source.
Boris Johnson and Nicola Surgeon locked us all down, closed the shops and told us all to work from home unless absolutely necessary to go out.
How sad that Scotland’s glorious Calcutta Cup victory over England at Twickenham was overshadowed by a row about Scottish (and English) rugby players not taking the knee.
Last week my 79-year-old father who has a plethora of ill health problems, many life threatening, went out to the vaccination centre.
Anyone who has ever had the misfortune to sit through any form of grassroots committee meeting will have recognised the viral stars of Handforth.
I have supported Aberdeen since 1947 – yes, that was 74 years ago!
I agree with letter-writer Mr Park that judgment on how this pandemic has been handled should be passed later.
There is barely a person, family or business across Scotland that has not felt the acute impacts of living through the pandemic.
Regarding the council plans for a new football stadium and leisure centre at Aberdeen beach.
It is disappointing that, three weeks into the new year, Scottish fishing businesses are still struggling to export their products to the EU.
Lisa Montgomery, a woman convicted of a murder in America in 2004, was on death row for 13 years before finally being executed by lethal injection on January 13.
I am always amazed by the assumption that when Scotland becomes independent we will be governed by the SNP.
Okay, I admit it. I haven’t taken this Covid business seriously enough; until now.
It has been intriguing to note those here in the UK highlighting the recent “invasion” of the Capitol as a sign of the failings in US democracy.
A member of Parliament has been arrested, partygoers around the country have been heavily fined and even two mountaineers were penalised by the plods – all for breaking Covid restrictions.
Congratulations ACC, how good it is to have the Beach Promenade cycle lanes removed.
Just three days left until we can finally put behind us the nightmare that is 2020.
Nicola Sturgeon has no right to say “Scotland” did not vote for Brexit. What she fails and refuses to acknowledge is, – it was not a four-part vote.
As always in such matters, the UK-EU Brexit deal will invariably throw up more than a few surprises aside from the usual headlines heralding a British “victory” in negotiations.
I read M Roy’s letter to the Evening Express, which was highlighting the appalling level of drug-related deaths in Scotland, the highest level per ratio per head of population in Europe I believe.
How was it for you? Whether you were with family and friends or on your own, I hope you had a happy, relaxing day.
It's that time of year again when columnists wish their readers – even those who can’t quite come to terms that the writer’s opinions may differ from theirs – a Merry Christmas.
Regarding Ic’s letter about their shopping experience in the city centre.
Have yourself a merry little Christmas... well, as merry as you can make it.
We all seem to be missing the point of this pandemic. It would appear that this is yet another attempt by Mother Nature to cull the species which is causing so much damage to the planet.
During the pandemic, online grooming crimes in Scotland were more than 30% higher when children were not at school compared with the same months last year.
If Covid can transfer within a hospital ward which is apparently to be Covid-free with no visitors, then what chance does the common person have in not spreading this?