IT was interesting to read Richard Walker’s article (Aug 4) and Neil Mackay’s reply (Aug 7) regarding the marches. I would have thought that having a stall which voters could visit while a march was going on would be something to be applauded; even better if a spot of leafleting could be done before or after the march, along with some door-knocking making the case for independence which could be done by either locals or visitors, ideally by both.

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Due to health issues I can’t go on marches these days, but I can sit at a stall for an hour or so, and I can toddle down a street to push leaflets through letter boxes and knock a few doors.

Marches, leafleting, canvassing, stalls; they are all needed and we are all needed. What we don’t need is the independence movement fighting each other.

Ruth Marr