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Bulletin Articles
28th March 2004

Heart of gold, feet of clay?

Heart of gold, feet of clay?   Sunday March 28, 2004 The Observer     As a customer takes Triodos to court, Andrew Bibby sees a fascinating case study in balancing morals and money-mak…
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Senscot Bulletin
26th March 2004

Senscot Bulletin 26-03-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER’S BULLETIN No. 221, FRIDAY 26th MARCH 2004   Dear members and friends,   Whenever I meet a celebrity I lose my cool - over react - either sullen or starstruck.  Thr…
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Bulletin Articles
26th March 2004

Social enterprise ‘has huge potential to grow’

Social enterprise ‘has huge potential to grow’   26.03.04     There is huge potential for growth in the social enterprise sector, the first survey to measure the level of UK social …
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Bulletin Articles
25th March 2004

Crime and inequality climb with economy

Crime and inequality climb with economy   25.03.04     UK crime and inequality have soared in tandem with economic growth, says a study released in advance of the latest Budget. Researc…
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Bulletin Articles
19th March 2004

Co-ops can safeguard care homes

Co-ops can safeguard care homes   Social Enterprise magazine March 2004     Care home owners are being encouraged to become co-operatives in a bid to reduce the number of privately run…
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Bulletin Articles
19th March 2004

Cafédirect share issue soars past £1 m mark

Cafédirect share issue soars past £1m mark   Tim West Social Enterprise Magazine March 2004     The highest-profile 'ethical share issue' yet for a social enterprise has already raise…
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Bulletin Articles
19th March 2004

Pros and cons of Limited Liability partnerships (LLPs)

Pros and cons of Limited Liability partnerships (LLPs)   19.03.04     Solicitor Stephen Philips of Burness and Co. is the acknowledged expert in Scotland on legal structures as they rel…
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Senscot Bulletin
19th March 2004

Senscot Bulletin 19-03-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER’S BULLETIN No. 220, FRIDAY 19th MARCH 2004   Dear members and friends,   Hibs were dreadful on Sunday - dreams of glory evaporated - again. Marvellous crowd though - 40,…
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Uncategorised
19th March 2004

Ghost Town Britain II: “Death on the High Street

Ghost Town Britain II   'Death on the High Street: How Britain's local economies are losing ground and fighting back'   New Economics Foundation report, 2004   Summary & Introductio…
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Bulletin Articles
19th March 2004

An instant access deal earning interest

An instant access deal earning interest   Regeneration & Renewal magazine 19.03.04     Edinburgh's Wester Hailes estate was seen by banks as a bad risk with no potential. But cooper…
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Bulletin Articles
18th March 2004

Get with the programme

Get with the programme   Social Enterprise magazine, March 2004     Five years of pioneering work has seen Social Firms UK create a new sector, new businesses and numerous jobs for peop…
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Bulletin Articles
18th March 2004

The global is local and the local is global

The global is local and the local is global   John Battle   Resurgence magazine May/June 2003   In constantly striving for a participative society in which both decisions and responsib…