so the election did not go in favour of Nick Clegg. I wonder why? Would it be because the man is a total failure?
The former leader of the council Paul Scriven says it is not Clegg’s fault.
What planet is he living on?
At least we won’t have the pleasure of seeing Coun Scriven’s face in the local press any more.
So some good has come out of it.
Surely Mr Clegg has now got to resign before he does more damage to his party.
D Stewart, Normancroft
We are here
i’m intrigued by the article (May 10) on proposed changes to special needs provision in the city. As a parent of two disabled children who attend special schools here I am puzzled about so-called consultation taking place. I have had no contact with the education department. Alas, I don’t have time to participate in talking shops or aromatherapy but if the education department would like the views of parents and children in special schools they know where we are.
Garry Devine, Holdings Rd, S2