October 18, 2021

Letters: ‘Why the fuss now that temporary benefits have stopped?’

When the epidemic hit the UK, the government took action to protect jobs when we went into lockdown, providing employees with 80% of their salaries (those who could not work from home).

He also provided additional financial support to universal creditors. These were both temporary measures and were initially described as such, so why is there so much fuss now that these benefits have stopped?

As a pensioner only on state pension and no additional benefits, why were people like me left on our pension? We were not offered any additional funding during the epidemic.

We are, as always, separated as people who no longer care. Remember that UK pensioners pay the lowest in the West. World.

Anxious pensioner – Paisley.

This article in the Thursday Times on how it is almost impossible to take a taxi in Glasgow, I own and operate a pub in the city and it is important for us to take a taxi to reach the homes of customers and staff.

If this situation is not resolved, the city center will once again become a haunted city and many businesses that are trying to stand on their own two feet will not survive.

Cat Gold – Helen-like bar Glasgow.

This is in response to the MA in the Saturday Times which highlighted the violation of the law regarding the wearing of face masks on the first bus.

Since the epidemic began last year, I have sent emails to the office of Nicola Sturgeon, my Member of Parliament and MSP, and also to my local councilor, all members of the SNP party. And I’m still waiting for a satisfactory answer from one of them.

William McCarron – Glasgow.

I anxiously read Lauren Glamor’s article in the Evening Times on Thursday.

Apparently Glasgow City. Council He is going to track down the people who are flying around the city.

I can name them for a start – Glasgow City Council itself!

I am complaining about the six-sided slabs that the council abandoned after a change at the bus stop outside Monteth House on the southwest corner of George Square. They are still there and bought using taxpayers’ money. So stop moaning at GCC and make your home first!

Alastair Sterling – Glasgow

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