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7th January 2016

Inverclyde company ‘can’t afford’ to pay living

Inverclyde company 'can't afford' to pay living wage Greenock Telegraph, by Eric Baxter 05.01.16   A company could be forced to pull out of providing care services for Inverclyde Council over the…
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7th January 2016

Something Extraordinary Is Happening in the World, And Most Peopl…

Something Extraordinary Is Happening in the World, And Most People Haven't Noticed Huffington Post, by Gustavo Tanaka 16.12.15   Most of us haven't quite realized there is something extraordinary…
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Bulletin Articles
7th January 2016

Why I’m going ape about the privatisation of children’s play

Why I’m going ape about the privatisation of children’s play The Guardian, by Lucy Mangan 29.12.15   Generally the phrases knocking around in my head at this time of year are of a che…
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7th January 2016

Devolution in Scotland – the next great debate speech

Devolution in Scotland - the next great debate speech Gov.UK, by David Mundell 21.12.15   The Secretary of State for Scotland outlines the urgency for devolution within Scotland:   When I be…
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7th January 2016

The SNP’s doctrine of free services for all must be revised

The SNP's doctrine of free services for all must be revised The National, by Lesley Riddoch 31.12.15   What's going to be the biggest political story in Scotland next year? The likely EU referend…