I would like to thank the Evening Times for last Monday's article about the work of the Reverend Neil Galbraith and police in Glasgow.
I think it is a brilliant initiative and welcomed the police's views on holding the other five services in different faith groups, such as mosques and synagogues.
I had attended the Reverend Galbraith's Ecumenical service last year in Christian Aid week, when Daoud Nassar came to Scotland to tell us his story about his persecution in Palestine.
I come from a Christian background and Daoud is a very devoted Christian.
Again, I would like to thank you for letting us know about the police initiative and I would ask Inspector McDonald if he can bring the initiative to Renfrewshire because we badly need to unite all faith groups and others to tackle the crime, violence and apathy on the streets here.
Rae Brady Renfrewshire
The news that people in Britain pay the highest beer tax in Europe should not surprise anyone. We are mugs. We fork out 55p on every pint, while the Spaniards pay just 5p.
No wonder pubs all over the UK are closing hand over fist. This is not right.
Our drink duty must drop, otherwise our treasured famous local boozers will soon become a thing of the past.
Ring of delight
I was a winner of the Evening Times circus competition and I am writing to say thank you because I had a brilliant time.
The clowns were my favourite and were brilliantly funny on the night! I also love the circus ornament.
Kieran Aitchison Glasgow
I don't agree with his views, but full marks to actor Alan Cumming for saying he is to return to Scotland and buy a house so he can vote in the 2014 referendum on possible Scottish independence.
So when will Sir Sean Connery do likewise?
Charles Wilson Drumchapel, Glasgow