SIR – AS someone who is closely observing the independence debate that is going on in Scotland, I am somewhat perplexed by the part that George Galloway is taking in the debate.
Please do not think that I object to him having an opinion on the matter, as I have one myself, but in his case it seems to go much further than that.
Why is he giving so much of his time to meetings, which the public have to buy tickets for if they wish to attend, and where does he get the time to do this?
He is an elected member for Bradford, and surely Bradford has sufficient problems that warrant his attention. I know that he has delusions of his own self-importance, but since he long ago gave up his interest in Scottish politics, surely the time has come for him to decide on what exactly his priorities should be?
Alun Lewis, Waterloo Road, Penygroes, Llanelli