Lord Feldman says that he didn't call grassroots Tories "mad swivel-eyed loons" while his accusers stand by their stories that he did.
As Aslef's annual assembly of delegates begins in Edinburgh tomorrow the general secretary explains the challenges his members - and workers across the country - face
Parliament's public accounts committee, when commenting on the recent revelations concerning tax avoidance, mentioned the existence of an "industry."
Peter Frost asks (M Star May 2) whether readers recognise any of the marchers in his photo of a protest march against the execution of Julian Grimau.
Ray Davies is right to be concerned (M Star May 4-5) about the increasing calls for Western intervention in Syria.
When it comes to drone warfare it might be reflected that had such a thing been available to the South African government in the early 1960s Nelson Mandela might well have been killed decades ago rather than becoming the world statesman he is.
While talking of scroungers, I wonder how many royalists or indifferent citizens know that on top of his £18 million private Cornwall income, Prince Charles also has a nice little earner stealing from the dead.
The recent Israeli air strikes near Damascus mark a new stage in Western imperialist designs on Syria.
I must protest against your reporting of the latest Israeli attack on Syria headlined Israeli warplanes strike Damascus (M Star May 6).
I was honoured to see that Karl Dallas not only read my article on the origins of May Day but also thought it worth correcting (M Star May 4).
I am afraid Jerry Jones is factually wrong on a number of counts (M Star May 3).
The traditional May Day march in Cardiff highlighted some of the issues affecting working-class lives in Wales and beyond - the government's death by strangulation of the welfare benefits system, the bedroom tax, deep cuts in disability benefits and high unemployment.