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12th June 2014

30 year study shows social ventures more likely to survive than P…

30 year study shows social ventures more likely to survive than PLCs Guardian Professional, By Abbie Rumbold 10.06.14 Research shatters the myth that social enterprises are more likely to fail than tr…
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12th June 2014

London outraged over spikes in the ground to deter homeless peopl…

London outraged over spikes in the ground to deter homeless people London Loves Business 09.06.14 Metal spikes used to deter homeless people from sleeping outside buildings have provoked anger among L…
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12th June 2014

Scots Land Reform Bill to be brought forward by government

Scots Land Reform Bill to be brought forward by government BBC News 06.06.14 The Scottish government has said that it will bring forward a Land Reform Bill before the end of the current term of the Sc…
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12th June 2014

The Declaration of Calton Hill

The Declaration of Calton Hill The Scottish Socialist Party   2004  We the undersigned call for an independent Scottish republic built on the principles of liberty, equality, diversity and s…
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12th June 2014

Why is Glasgow the UK’s sickest city?

Why is Glasgow the UK’s sickest city? BBC News, By Lucy Ash 05.06.14 Babies born in Glasgow are expected to live the shortest lives of any in Britain. One in four Glaswegian men won't reach thei…
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12th June 2014

Food banks ‘stain on national conscience’

Food banks 'stain on national conscience' BBC News 09.06.14 The need for food banks is a "stain on our national conscience", according to a new charity report. The "Below the Breadline&…
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12th June 2014

Minister addresses Community Land Scotland Conference

Minister addresses Community Land Scotland Conference Andy Wightman 10.06.14 On 7 June  2014, the Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Paul Wheelhouse MSP, addressed the Annual Conference…
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12th June 2014

The slow beat of the charming Edinburgh trams

The slow beat of the charming Edinburgh trams Scottish Review, By Gillean Somerville-Arjat 11.06.14 The first thing that strikes you about the new Edinburgh tram is its distinctive clanking bell. It's…
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12th June 2014

Land Reform Review Group report – a golden opportunity

Land Reform Review Group report – a golden opportunity SCVO June 2014 This briefing has been prepared by the Scottish Community Alliance, Community Woodlands Association, Development Trusts Asso…
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12th June 2014

Recovery assistance for the struggling social enterprise

Recovery assistance for the struggling social enterprise Just Enterprise June 2014 Experience confirms the growing numbers of Third Sector organisations in financial difficulties are typified by a com…
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Senscot Bulletin
6th June 2014

Senscot Bulletin: 06.06.14

Dear members and friends,              Last week I’m approached in North Berwick High Street by pro Indy canvassers – tell them …
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6th June 2014

The SENs: Friday 6th June 2014

The next round of ‘Just Enterprise’ was officially launched this week – with the contract being extended to 2016. The Just Enterprise Consortium comprises CEiS, HISEZ, Firstport, the…