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Senscot Bulletin
31st July 2015

Senscot Bulletin: 31.07.15

 Dear members and friends,   Instead of expecting capitalism to be abolished by revolution – Paul Mason argues, in his new book Postcapitalism, that it is already being replaced &ndash…
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31st July 2015

The SENs: Friday 31st July 2015

Senscot is a member of the Scottish Community Alliance – a network of networks leading the campaign for a strong and independent community sector in Scotland. The 18 SCA network members engage w…
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Bulletin Articles
30th July 2015

Customers to drink to good causes in Edinburgh social enterprise …

Customers to drink to good causes in Edinburgh social enterprise pub BBC News 30.07.15  A new pub which will allow customers to help good causes while they enjoy a drink is to open in Edinburgh…
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Bulletin Articles
30th July 2015

Paul Mason’s guide to a post-capitalist future

Paul Mason’s guide to a post-capitalist future Prospect, by Jonathan Derbyshire 24.07.15 Reporting for Channel 4 News on the most recent phase of the crisis in Greece, Paul Mason achieved near-u…
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Bulletin Articles
30th July 2015

Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership bid has a momentum even h…

Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership bid has a momentum even he didn't expect The Guardian, by Ewen MacAskill 29.07.15Jeremy Corbyn regards it as a badge of honour: Tony Blair’s barb that anyone …
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Bulletin Articles
29th July 2015

Cluff accused of ‘guilt-tripping’ ministers over coal gas pla

Cluff accused of ‘guilt-tripping’ ministers over coal gas plans The Ferret, by Rob Edwards 2015On the day after Scottish ministers announced a moratorium on fracking they were privately …
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Bulletin Articles
29th July 2015

What Are Our Plans?

What Are Our Plans? The Ferret https://theferret.scot/   The Ferret is an in-depth investigative journalism platform for Scotland and beyond.   We are a work in progress and will continue t…
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Bulletin Articles
29th July 2015

Barlinnie prisoners to help build Glasgow social homes

Barlinnie prisoners to help build Glasgow social homes Scottish Housing News 27.07.15   A social enterprise scheme in Glasgow is giving current and former offenders the chance to help build 40 af…
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Bulletin Articles
29th July 2015

Borders rail campaigner Madge Elliot takes front seat

Borders rail campaigner Madge Elliot takes front seat BBC News 27.07.15   An 87-year-old who campaigned to bring a railway line back to the Borders has become one of the first passengers to trave…
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Bulletin Articles
29th July 2015

Rolling hills of the Borders signal a transport revolution as rai…

Rolling hills of the Borders signal a transport revolution as rail line is reborn The Guardian, by Robin McKie 04.04.15At Shawfair, on the outskirts of Edinburgh, a remarkable civil engineering proj…
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Bulletin Articles
29th July 2015

The world is going mad about

The world is going mad about 'grown-up' politics The Herald, by Iain Macwhirter 21.07.15   You go away on holiday for a couple of weeks and what happens? A bearded lefty ends up leading Labour's …
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Bulletin Articles
28th July 2015

Without the soft left, Labour is doomed to splinter

Without the soft left, Labour is doomed to splinter The Guardian, by Neal Lawson 24.07.15   The Labour party disintegrates before our eyes. There are obvious reasons: five years of superficial pa…