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3rd March 2016

Local tax is crying out for a radical overhaul

Local tax is crying out for a radical overhaul The National, by Lesley Riddoch 03.03.16   Nicola Sturgeon is the most popular politician in the UK - not just Scotland - and perceived to be one of…
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3rd March 2016

Don’t Cringe in My Backyard

Don’t Cringe in My Backyard Bella Caledonia, by Stuart Cosgrove 25.02.16   Stuart Cosgrove destroys the cultural cringe around a Scottish Six.   Ok, in the week that Scotland has shock…
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3rd March 2016

Let our skilled and experienced journalists go it alone for an ho…

Let our skilled and experienced journalists go it alone for an hour on BBC Scotland The National, by Kevin McKenna 29.02.16   There was something inadvertently appropriate about the Scottish Dail…
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3rd March 2016

BrewDog’s open-source revolution is at the vanguard of postcapi…

BrewDog’s open-source revolution is at the vanguard of postcapitalism The Guardian, by Paul Mason 29.02.16   For me, the beer revolution began early. It was the late 1990s – at a beac…
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3rd March 2016

No prosecutions for failure to pay minimum wage

No prosecutions for failure to pay minimum wage The Ferret, by Peter Geoghegan  01.03.16   There were no prosecutions for failure to pay the National Minimum Wage last year, The Ferret can r…
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3rd March 2016

Taxpayers Subsidise Big Business by an Estimated £11 billion a Y…

Taxpayers Subsidise Big Business by an Estimated £11 billion a Year Citizens UK, by Jonathan Cox 12.04.15   The UK’s low pay culture is costing tax payers £11 billion per year …
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1st March 2016

An electric Experience for young workers and public alike

An electric Experience for young workers and public alike The Herald Scotland, by Stephen Naysmith 29.02.16   Teenager Amber Hay's cerebral palsy left her struggling to walk until she was eight y…