They reneged on that one.
They said they'd reduce the numbers in the House of Lords. Looks like they've let us down on that one also.
Next they say they'll cut the number of MPs at Westminster.
I won't be putting any money on that one, either.
Police, border security, health workers – it seems politicians are quite happy to cut everyone's jobs but their own.
Almost 1800 MPs, MSPs, Welsh Irish MPs, members of the European Larliament, lords, ladies, barons and earls, on and on it goes-
How many politicians does it take to bring our nation to its knees?
They didn't ask us, but I keep hearing the House of Lords isn't a priority with the electorate. I've got news for them. We are interested and we're watching.
William McMullen Erskine
I cOULDN' t believe that fines have now totalled £1million for nuisance drivers caught dodging in and out of bus lanes (Evening Times, July 12). I hope the council put that money to good use, and perhaps fix the roads or our parks.
Thomas Mann Glasgow
Since the turn of the year many Scots have been forced to sell their car due to rising petrol prices.
And we all know about that. Just trying to get a car on the road, legally, before its wheels move, costs a fortune. And then there's 'filling up.'
Now that's a worry. I can remember the 1940s when there was hardly a car on the road, because they were too expensive to buy and maintain.
It seems to be happening again.
George Drummond Glasgow
HATS off to actor Colin McCredie for standing up for Victoria Park (Evening Times, July 12).
The City Council need to do their bit, but it drives me crazy when I see people treating our parks as rubbish tips.
Let's pull together and remember why they call it the 'dear green place.'
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