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14th January 2016

Revealed: how Jeremy Corbyn has reshaped the Labour party

Revealed: how Jeremy Corbyn has reshaped the Labour party The Guardian, by Ewen MacAskill 13.01.16   Jeremy Corbyn’s hopes of remoulding Labour have been boosted by a detailed Guardian surv…
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14th January 2016

The 50 firms invited to wine and dine with Nicola Sturgeon

The 50 firms invited to wine and dine with Nicola Sturgeon The Ferret 13.01.16   The Edinburgh public relations company, Charlotte Street Partners, hosted a lavish dinner a year ago enabling 50 o…
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14th January 2016

Plans to privatise child protection are moving at pace

Plans to privatise child protection are moving at pace The Guardian, by Ray Jones 12.01.16   During 2014, the government continued to move forward with the marketisation and privatisation of chil…
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14th January 2016

The disgrace of multi-deprivation in one of the richest and most …

The disgrace of multi-deprivation in one of the richest and most civilised countries in world The Herald Scotland, by Kevin McKenna 09.01.16   Perhaps, rather than study the causes and effects of…
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14th January 2016

The Five Stages of Grief

The Five Stages of Grief Elisabeth Kübler-Ross   The stages have evolved since their introduction and they have been very misunderstood over the past three decades. They were never meant to …
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14th January 2016

Scots football fans to be given boost in bid to buy clubs

Scots football fans to be given boost in bid to buy clubs The Scotsman 11.01.16   Football fans in Scotland could soon be given help to buy their cash-strapped clubs if plans for a new lending po…
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14th January 2016

Peterborough SIB did not foster innovation, evaluation finds

Peterborough SIB did not foster innovation, evaluation finds Civil Society, by Alice Sharman 07.01.16   A report into the first-ever social impact bond at HMP Peterborough has concluded that the …
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14th January 2016

Why do we let fostering agencies profit from caring for vulnerabl…

Why do we let fostering agencies profit from caring for vulnerable children? The Guardian, by Andy Elvin 11.01.16   Recent research from Corporate Watch shows that in 2014/15, eight commercial fo…
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14th January 2016

Nearly 100 journalists at risk of redundancy across Johnston Pres…

Nearly 100 journalists at risk of redundancy across Johnston Press - Scotland and N Ireland worst hit Press Gazette, by William Turvill 11.01.16   Nearly 100 editorial jobs are set to go at Johns…
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Senscot Bulletin
8th January 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 08.01.16

Dear members and friends, I often visit Andalucia for the festive holiday – but have eventually come to accept that it’s not warm enough in mid-winter; this year I stay snug in my cottage.…
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8th January 2016

@ScotGov refuses to reinstate central land reform proposal

@ScotGov refuses to reinstate central land reform proposal Common Space, by Jen Stout 07.01.16   AN OVERDUE land reform report from the Scottish Government has categorically refused to bring back…
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8th January 2016

The SENs: Friday 8th January 2016

Over the last couple of years, Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) has seen over 6000 young people employed across the third sector. Many social enterprises have been engaged with CJS and as well as providi…