Has any thought been given to the shop workers, who now face longer hours, for relatively low wages?
Have the bosses considered how staff will manage childcare or school runs, or, with the reduced public transport later in the evening, how late some of their staff will get home?
I'd like to see Paul Mitchell, chairman of the City Centre Retail Association, working for minimum wage and deal with the Glasgow public, who are a nightmare to serve.
Joan Clark Glasgow
City in bloom
THE flowers in the city council's hanging and planters have been beautiful this year.
The city's gardeners did a blooming good job.
Irene McAllister Glasgow
I am saddened by the news that a quarter of Scotland's police offices are to close to the public in the evenings. This has been such an important, and informal service, from the humble beginnings of the police in Scotland in assisting the public in all sorts of ways.
It seems traditional values are fast dying out and we are becoming a more and more computer-run society which has lost the human touch along the way.
Iain Henderson Ibrox
Rail link waste
In his Friday column, Brian Sweeney quite rightly stated that Glasgow Airport needs a rail link, and I support that 100%. However, he is mistaken in thinking that the issue is some sort of fight between the SNP Government and the Labour City Council.
What he forgets is this link would enhance the air and rail connections for Renfrewshire.
The people of Renfrewshire need this link and the whole of Scotland would benefit from it. That is why the question of why £30million has been wasted cancelling it is one of the most important questions being asked today.
Councillor Jim Sharkey Renfrewshire Council