Ken Worthy Esher, Surrey SIR – There is no “North-South divide” when it comes to serious flooding.
Malcolm Strachan is currently a man of many trades.
According to the judgment, Miss Malcolm's colleagues "decided to conduct a planned campaign of obscene behaviour against Miss Malcolm because they considered that she was a vulnerable individual who was very naive sexually and a devout Christian".
The judgment added: "It was sexual harassment of a serious kind and went on for seven or eight months." The tribunal ruled that Miss Malcolm should receive £25,000 from Dundee City Council for the injury to her feelings, and remarked that although she had complained on several occasions to her superior, no satisfactory action was taken by the council to ensure there was no repeat of the obscene behaviour by the two Strachans and Gourlay.
The purpose was to provide a conduit for transmitting water from the wetter North to the drier South, and for barge traffic.
Another theory is that the Cunninghams were great allies of the Clan Comyn, whose shield bore sheaves of corn and that when the great Comyn dynasty was overthrown by the Clan Bruce, the Cunninghams adopted the shake-fork that is used to fork over sheaves of corn, therefore being a reference to their former allies. On 18 December 2013, Sir John Christopher Foggo Montgomery Cunninghame, Baronet of Corsehill, was recognised by Lord Lyon as clan chief, after the chiefship had been vacant for over 200 years. Traditionally, in 1059, King Malcolm rewarded Malcolm, son of Friskin with the Thanedom of Cunninghame.The name is therefore of territorial origin and it likely derives from cuinneag which means milk pail and the Saxon ham which means village.Several episodes from 2001 were recounted, and the tribunal ruled that the behaviour of Miss Malcolm's colleagues John Strachan, Stuart Gourlay and Graham Strachan was "of an obscene and shameful nature".When she saw it, Miss Malcolm changed "God" to "good" but John Strachan changed it back.