He suggested the Prime Minister might be a little out of step with the ordinary man in the street.
I doubt whether there's such an animal as an Old Etonian who IS in touch with the common man.
But in any event, surely the writer is aware that one of the most basic essentials of every politician's toolkit is their finely-honed, selective amnesia?
LAST Sunday afternoon my wife and I drove south down High Street and Saltmarket to visit friends on the South side.
We were well aware of the World Pipe Band Championships on Glasgow Green, attracting 8000 pipers from 17 countries, along with an anticipated 40,000 visitors to this spectacular event.
What we were not not prepared for was the absolute traffic chaos caused by the lack of foresight from Glasgow City Council and Police Scotland's Traffic Division.
Parking was stupidly allowed on both inner lanes of High Street and Saltmarket, and by the time we reached the Tolbooth, the congestion at the intersection of High Street, Gallowgate, London Road, Saltmarket, and Trongate was an absolute nightmare.
As the council advise us the Championships bring in £10million to the City, is it too much to expect they spend a fraction of that to perhaps give our visitors an impression that Glasgow has control of its parking regulations?
Brian McCann Glasgow
I agree with J W of Cardonald about open space at Bellahouston. In Mosspark, our area was used as a toilet, as was the children's play park, in broad daylight.
The number of people who could hardly stand due to consumption of alcohol was unbelievable.
S M Mosspark