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Edinburgh Social Enterprise Network launch their new report, ‘Celebrate the good stuff’, today
All media Scotland, by Fiona Stewart
Date: 30th Sep 2015

Edinburgh Social Enterprise Network (ESEN) has commissioned a report into the impact of social enterprise in the city – titled ‘Celebrate the Good Stuff’, as social enterprises number 200 and rising across the city. 

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Great and Small
Beanbags and Bullsh!t
Date: 30th Sep 2015

Here we are again. Two year’s on from The People’s Business, the new Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) state of social enterprise survey is called ‘Leading the world in Social Enterprise‘.

 
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Why I take issue with the Observer's stance on Jeremy Corbyn
The Guardian, by Ed Vulliamy
Date: 24th Sep 2015

The veteran writer offers a personal response to last week’s editorial on the new Labour leader

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Fight of Fright
Third Sector Magazine, by Andy Ricketts
Date: 23rd Sep 2015

The National Coalition for Independent Action says the NCVO and Acevo have been 'complicit and supine' in their response to pressures from the state and the private sector.

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Social Enterprise Manager
Scottish Enterprise
Date: 22nd Sep 2015

Scottish Enterprise (SE) is Scotland’s main economic development agency. We help Scottish businesses to grow nationally and internationally, to become more efficient and innovative, and to access the funds they need to develop.

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This economic collapse is a 'crisis of bigness'
The Guardian, by Paul Kingsnorth
Date: 17th Sep 2015

Leopold Kohr warned 50 years ago that the gigantist global system would grow until it imploded. We should have listened.

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Leading the World in Social Enterprise
Social Enterprise UK
Date: 16th Sep 2015
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Touching Cloth
John Hughes
Date: 16th Sep 2015
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Community journalism in the UK: the emerging evidence base
Centre for Community Journalism, by Damian Radcliffe
Date: 9th Sep 2015

I’ve been writing about community journalism and hyperlocal media in the UK since 2009. 

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Tom Johnston born 2 November 1881
Andy Wightman
Date: 9th Sep 2015

I have an original copy of Tom Johnston‘s Our Scots Noble Families from 1909. It is a treasure.

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Remote school with just five pupils needs a new teacher
Herald Scotland, by Andrew Denholm
Date: 9th Sep 2015

A remote Highland community has launched an appeal for a teacher for its five-pupil primary school. 

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Crunch Time
Beanbags and Bullsh!t
Date: 8th Sep 2015

The publication in June of The Social Investment Market Through a Data Lens was a big event.

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Inaugural John Pearce Memorial Lecture and launch of the Social Enterprise Collection (Scotland)
Cam Donaldson
Date: 3rd Sep 2015

On behalf of Glasgow Caledonian University and the CBS Network, it is my great pleasure to invite you to the inaugural John Pearce Memorial Lecture.

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Bella Interview with Paul Mason
Bella Caledonia, by Mike Small
Date: 2nd Sep 2015

We interviewed Paul Mason the day he came to the Edinburgh Book Festival about his book Post Capitalism: a Guide to Your Future and his observations about European politics, Greggs, technology, the indyref and meltdown and opportunities

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Nobel Lecture
Doris Lessing
Date: 2nd Sep 2015

I am standing in a doorway looking through clouds of blowing dust to where I am told there is still uncut forest.

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Unity in Diversity
Bella Caledonia, by James McEnaney
Date: 2nd Sep 2015

On Saturday the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow played host to the launch of RISE, a new electoral alliance aiming to deliver socialist representation in the Scottish Parliament from 2016.

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Phoenix on the Clyde: Five-year plan for Ferguson shipyard to be a centre of excellence
The National, by Janice Burns
Date: 2nd Sep 2015

The man with the Midas touch Jim McColl has turned a dying Clyde shipyard into a 21st-century business within a year with ambitious plans for 1,300 jobs and £65 million of investment

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Rejected blueprint provides a glimpse of what BBC Scotland could be
The National, by Kevin McKenna
Date: 2nd Sep 2015

Throughout the Scottish independence campaign I observed many BBC Scotland journalists at close quarters on those occasions when I was invited to chip in my tuppence worth on air.

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My Own Life, Oliver Sacks on Learning He Has Terminal Cancer
NewYork Times, by Oliver Sacks
Date: 1st Sep 2015

A month ago, I felt that I was in good health, even robust health. At 81, I still swim a mile a day.

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