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14th July 2016

Meet the 50 radical-thinking individuals and organisations changi…

Meet the 50 radical-thinking individuals and organisations changing the UK for the better. Nesta 14.7.16   In 2016, for the third time, we worked with the Observer to unearth a group of change-ma…
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14th July 2016

Treating Alcoholics – With Wine

Treating Alcoholics - With Wine BBC News, By Linda Pressly 07.07.16   The recommended treatment for chronic alcoholism is abstinence. But at the Oaks - a permanent home for those who once lived o…
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14th July 2016

New report exposes ‘shocking’ levels of severe poverty in Sco…

New report exposes ‘shocking’ levels of severe poverty in Scotland Scottish Housing News, by Citizens Advice Bureau 14.7.16   The most vulnerable people in Scotland are falling int…
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14th July 2016

Theresa May: Britain’s Angela Merkel?

Theresa May: Britain’s Angela Merkel? FT Magazine, by George Parker and Helen Warrell  July 2014   She is the longest-serving home secretary for more than 50 years and the most powerf…
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Senscot Bulletin
8th July 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 08.07.16

Dear members and friends, Iceland first came to my attention about 10 years ago – a ‘Nordic noir buddy’ gave me Jar City by Arnaldur Indridason, and I was hooked; nine of his series…
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8th July 2016

The SENs: Friday 8th July 2016

The latest stage of consultation - via a series of Roundtable events - to inform the development of a Social Enterprise Strategy for Scotland is just about complete and feedback from those sessions is…
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7th July 2016

Robin Cook’s Resignation Speech (in full)

Robin Cook's Resignation Speech (in full) YouTube 17.03.03    …
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6th July 2016

Development Trusts are Transforming Scottish Communities

Development trusts are transforming Scottish communities Third Force News, by Susan Smith 07.06.16   People who are taking control of the development of their own communities in Scotland ha…
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6th July 2016

Fathers Network and Year of the Dad founder has died aged 50

Fathers Network and Year of the Dad founder has died aged 50 Third Force News, by Paul Cardwell 07.06.15   David Drysdale, the much-loved social entrepreneur who founded Fathers Network Scotland…
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6th July 2016

Why has Scotland risen above the anti-immigrant mood that fuelled…

Why has Scotland risen above the anti-immigrant mood that fuelled the Brexit vote? New Zealalnd Listener, by Liam McIlvanney 07.06.16   If it achieves nothing else, Brexit will have taught the wo…
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6th July 2016

Clutha pub turn an awful story into a great one

Clutha pub turn an awful story into a great one The Evening Times, by Russell Leadbetter  07.06.16   If ever there was an example of a good story coming out of a bad one, Glasgow's Clutha …
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6th July 2016

Cultivating a workers’ paradise

Cultivating a workers’ paradise The Guardian, by Giles Tremlett 07.06.15   In 1984 a disillusioned Spanish psychologist named Cristóbal Colón drove his Citroën 2CV t…