What has been inspiring and infuriating readers this week?
Businesses often find themselves at a crossroads at this time of year, says our columnist.
While the government – whoever it is after the next election – decides on electrification, it leaves potential new car buyers with a quandary.
A wide range of issues have made it to our letters pages this week.
We’re aware of the scandal of sexual abuse in churches, which should be among the safest places on Earth.
The Education (Scotland) Act 1872 made elementary education for all children between the ages of 5 and 13 mandatory in Scotland.
The contribution of these volunteers has meant that they have become valued and key members of our workforce, says our columnist.
It has pioneered Health Passports that allow staff to disclose issues in their life and have their shifts planned around these, says our columnist.
A letter from the Department of Work and Pensions that I’d be receiving a £500 winter fuel payment put a spring in my step on a chilly winter morning.
Ringing changes on part of our shared history
Time and again, we hear these hollow words from Westminster: “There’s no magic money tree”.