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17th March 2016

Money

Money by Raymond Carver  In order to be able to live on the right side of the law. To always use his own name and phone number.  To go bail for a friend and not give a damn if the friend sk…
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17th March 2016

A Leonardo da Vinci painting, a Country Park and a secrecy jurisd…

A Leonardo da Vinci painting, a Country Park and a secrecy jurisdiction – the offshore interests of the Scott family. by Andy Wightman and Carole Ross 15.03.16   Buccleuch Estates Ltd. &nbs…
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17th March 2016

Presiding officer calls for Holyrood second chamber

Presiding officer calls for Holyrood second chamber BBC News 09.03.16   Holyrood Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick has said she believes the Scottish Parliament should have a second chamber to rev…
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17th March 2016

The Presiding Officer is right – we need to reform Holyrood…

The Presiding Officer is right - we need to reform Holyrood's committees The Herald Scotland, by Magnus Gardham 12.03.16   It's a non-starter, of course. And Tricia Marwick, Holyrood's Presiding …
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17th March 2016

Policy paper: Understanding mission-led businesses: terms of refe…

Policy paper: Understanding mission-led businesses: terms of reference UK Government 11.03.16   1. Background   New businesses are emerging that seek to achieve social as well as financial i…
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17th March 2016

Government publishes new plans to make the UK a global social inv…

Government publishes new plans to make the UK a global social investment hub UK Government 11.03.16   Social investment uses private capital to generate social as well as financial returns. It he…
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17th March 2016

A hatchet job so lethal, you almost feel sympathy for Blair: Revi…

A hatchet job so lethal, you almost feel sympathy for Blair: Review of Broken Vows by Tom Bower The Herald Scotland, by Iain Macwhirter 13.03.16   Tony Blair used to complain about the “fer…
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17th March 2016

We’ll never live forever: let’s look at end-of-life care diff…

We’ll never live forever: let’s look at end-of-life care differently The Guardian, by Archie Bland 14.03.16   You’ll be familiar with Lilliput, but there’s another island …
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17th March 2016

Massively rushed Land Reform Bill is not perfect – but it…

Massively rushed Land Reform Bill is not perfect - but it’s a good start The National, by Lesley Riddoch 17.03.16   So, do we now have a radical Land Reform Act?   Well, sort of. As Co…
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Bulletin Articles
15th March 2016

Curl up with a good book as social enterprise goes online

Curl up with a good book as social enterprise goes online Third Force News, by Susan Smith 08.03.16   Scotland’s social enterprise book store is bringing a conscience to online book sales w…
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15th March 2016

Social enterprise hailed as world leader by Unesco

Social enterprise hailed as world leader by Unesco Third Force News, by Robert Armour 09.03.16   A Girvan charity will be hailed as a “world leading social enterprise” at the pre…
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15th March 2016

Working for Third Sector-led Social Investment and the Common Goo…

Working for Third Sector-led Social Investment and the Common Good Senscot May 2014   The new reality … current BSC Chair Harvey McGrath recently told a Westminster Civil Society All Party…