Scottish Daily Mail

Straight to the POINT


DO I KNOW any OAPs who drive dan­ger­ously (Mail)? No, but I do know a dozen 17 to 25-year-olds who drive though our vil­lage at all hours at up to twice the speed limit.

KEVIN STUBBS, Dray­cott, Der­bys.

FUR­THER to ad­vice on where not to take your hol­i­day (Mail), my friend has a sim­ple rule: she won’t go any­where where men wear frocks.

SHIRLEY HAR­RIES, Ang­mer­ing, West Sus­sex.

SHOULD the RAF pi­lots cur­rently bomb­ing ISIS in Iraq ask the Gov­ern­ment for a guar­an­tee in writ­ing that they

won’t be taken to court in fu­ture, charged with mur­der?

ROD­NEY BROWN, Pre­ston, Lancs.

PAY­ING Africa to take back its mi­grants is like pay­ing burglars not to bur­gle you.


DAVID CAMERON’S ‘de­mands’ from the EU sound like a ner­vous lit­tle lad ask­ing a scary neigh­bour: ‘Can I have my ball back, please mis­ter?’

N. WOODS, Chilton, Co. Durham.

I HAVE a se­vere case of ath­lete’s foot but it’s OK, I’m tak­ing drugs for it.

GOR­DON GOD­DARD, Llan­gadog, Car­marthen­shire.

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