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New Stateman, by Laurie Penny
Sometimes a paranoid, to paraphrase William Burroughs, is just a person in possession of …
CIC regulator launches review on dividend cap
Civil Socety, by Vibeka Mair
The Community Interest Companies Regulator has launched a consultation on the limits on share dividends and performa…
High-speed broadband: the next step for the co-operative movement
The Guardian, by Rosie Niven
The internet revolution has come late to some communities, particularly ones in rural areas.
Criminal cuts from Westminster will devastate families and communities in Scotland
New survery shows third sector organisations could struggle to pick up the pieces of biggest attack on …
A single force could lose the local touch
The Herald Scotland, by Harry Reid
Next year Scotland will have a national police force.
We will have 32 local authorities but just one police force.…
David Floyd's reaction to Gina Miller's article in the Guardian
Well, I agree with the headline. Social investment is currently held up - primarily by politicians and people worki…
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