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Concept of Interbeing
Thich Nhat Hanh
Date: 26th Jul 2017

If you are a poet, you will see clearly that there is a cloud floating in this sheet of paper. 

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20 YRS of GalGael - Live stream
GalGael
Date: 26th Jul 2017
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GIG Economy - Bulletin comments
Andy Milne
Date: 19th Jul 2017

I'm not sure if you carry comments in reply but I wanted to offer a couple on the item which I have copied below. 

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Rupert Murdoch ‘could use Sky data trove for political ends’
The Guardian, by Carole Cadwalladr
Date: 19th Jul 2017
One of the “largest and most sophisticated datasets in the country” – including the TV viewing, internet and phone records of 13 million households – could be misused for political purposes if Rupert Murdoch is allowed to proceed with his plan to buy out Sky, six members of the House of Lords claim in a letter to the Observer.
 
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Tourism threatens to turn Edinburgh into 'hollow shell'
STV News, by Chris Foote
Date: 19th Jul 2017

Edinburgh risks being turned into a "hollow shell" if it does not find a way to manage the number of tourists flocking to the city, it has been warned.

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Scottish Government's autumn ‘relaunch’ to see biggest shake-up of local councils in decades
The National, by Andrew Learmonth
Date: 19th Jul 2017

New thinking on economic growth, a shake-up of local councils, and new proposals on air pollution and climate change, are supposedly all being considered as part of Nicola Sturgeon’s planned autumn relaunch for the Scottish Government.

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Commissioner criticises Scotland's attitude to smacking
BBC News
Date: 19th Jul 2017

Scotland's new children's commissioner has criticised the country's attitude towards smacking.

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The Impact of Pay-TV on Sport
Dr Paul Rouse
Date: 12th Jul 2017

Paul is a lecturer in the School of History and Archives in University College Dublin. Formerly of Prime Time in RTE, he has written extensively on the history of Irish sport.

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Extract - Open Framework Agreement - Pupil Equity Funding
City of Edinburgh Council
Date: 12th Jul 2017

Operation of the Open Framework Agreement

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£30m social investment fund redesigned after making only two loans
Civil Society, by Rob Preston
Date: 12th Jul 2017

An investment firm has redesigned a £30m fund for charities after it made only two loans in its first three years.

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Nordic explained
Social Europe, by Jon Baldvin Hannibalsson
Date: 12th Jul 2017

The neoliberal era started in the eighties as a revolt against the welfare state.

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Is a carmaker about to save the planet?
The Guardian, by Zoe Williams
Date: 12th Jul 2017

 

“I think a lot about electric cars,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk famously said at a party at the very end of the 80s.
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Mark Zuckerberg’s got some cheek, advocating a universal basic income
The Guardian, by Sonia Sodha
Date: 12th Jul 2017

Some people might be happy to stop at being founder and chief of one of the world’s biggest tech companies while still in their early 30s. Not Mark Zuckerberg

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Why is Scottish Labour celebrating? It missed a trick – and perhaps a ton of votes, too
NewStatesman, by Jen Stout
Date: 5th Jul 2017

The relentless focus on stopping the Nationalists has done the party no favours – Scottish voters aren’t as tribal as people seem to think.

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More plastic than fish in the sea by 2050, says Ellen MacArthur
The Guardian, by Graeme Wearden
Date: 5th Jul 2017

As a record-breaking sailor, Dame Ellen MacArthur has seen more of the world’s oceans than almost anyone else

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Some Bright Elegance
Kayo Chingonyi
Date: 5th Jul 2017

 For the screwfaced in good shoes that paper the walls of dance halls, I have little patience.

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Keeping social enterprise grounded: 15 mins with Alastair Wilson
NewStart
Date: 5th Jul 2017
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'Alcoholism continues long after you stop drinking': my 15 years sober
The Guardian, by Tanya Gold
Date: 5th Jul 2017

It is easy to get morphine in University College hospital, London, if you are a good liar. It hurts, you tell the midwife, although you can’t feel anything, being so high on morphine already that someone could hit you with a sledgehammer and you would only laugh: what else you got?

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Letters I: Canadians won’t forget Falkirk-born premier
The National
Date: 4th Jul 2017

On this day in 1867, with passage of the British North America Act, the Dominion of Canada was established, uniting its various provinces into one country.

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