Selective memory

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Colin Hamilton either has a very short memory or a very 
selective memory.

He rebukes Douglas Turner (Letters, 17 January) with the words “my comments were not based on a ­figure of £444m” yet in his letter of 13 January he made the misleading comment that the Scottish Government (also misleadingly represented as the SNP) “all this time had £444m tucked under the 
mattress”.

Personally, I expected better from Colin Hamilton.

From earlier letters to The Scotsman he appears to be 
sincere in wishing to raise the level of political debate in 
Scotland.

Stan Grodynski

Longniddry

East Lothian