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#CultureSEN member @WeavingMusic has over 100 custom made, museum grade exhibition stands for sale, for a negotiated price. The stanchions have bases 30cm x 30cm x 80cm and can be fully dismantled. Contact elisekelly@trolise.co.uk for details. pic.twitter.com/Pe7n…

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Bulletin Articles
18th August 2016

Corbyn joins seatless commuters on floor for three-hour train jou…

Corbyn joins seatless commuters on floor for three-hour train journey The Guardian, by Charles B Anthony and Karen McVeigh 18.08.16   Spending a busy train journey without a seat, crushed up agai…
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Bulletin Articles
18th August 2016

Jeremy Corbyn wins backing of 84% of local Labour parties

Jeremy Corbyn wins backing of 84% of local Labour parties The Guardian, by Jessica Elgot  18.08.16   Jeremy Corbyn has won local party nominations by a landslide in the Labour leadership con…
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Bulletin Articles
17th August 2016

Nicola Sturgeon’s Holyrood power grab ‘undermines dem…

Nicola Sturgeon's Holyrood power grab 'undermines democracy', think tank warns The Herald Scotland, By  Daniel Sanderson 19.08.16   A think tank has questioned the independence of Scottish P…
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Senscot Bulletin
12th August 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 12.08.16

Dear members and friends, Because I hear and walk badly – I appear generally more decrepit than I am. In company I can struggle to follow the conversation – struggle to get out of a chair…
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12th August 2016

The SENs: Friday 12th August 2016

Over the autumn, Scottish Govt will be publishing a 10-year strategy for social enterprise in Scotland. The strategy will have been co-produced with the sector itself - building on the Vision 2025 doc…
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Bulletin Articles
11th August 2016

The Italian Region Where Co-ops Produce a Third of Its GDP

The Italian Region Where Co-ops Produce a Third of Its GDP Yes! Magazine, by John Duda 11.08.16   Picture a day like this: You wake up and head to your job at a small company you own and manage t…
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Bulletin Articles
10th August 2016

Thousands Moving Money to Black-Owned Banks

Thousands Moving Money to Black-Owned Banks Yes! Magazine, by Zenobia Jeffries 10.08.16   Singer Solange Knowles, sister of pop star Beyonce, recently announced that she was moving her dollars to…
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Bulletin Articles
10th August 2016

Leonard Cohen managed that rare thing: to talk with clarity about…

Leonard Cohen managed that rare thing: to talk with clarity about death The Guardian, by Suzanne Moore 10.08.16    A short goodbye. A few sentences. But words of such clarity, simplicity an…
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Bulletin Articles
10th August 2016

Big Society Capital gets mixed reviews in stakeholder survey

Big Society Capital gets mixed reviews in stakeholder survey Civil Society, by David Ainsworth 10.08.16   Only 26 per cent of charities and social enterprises are positive about Big Society Capit…
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Bulletin Articles
10th August 2016

Grammar schools aren’t fit for the world of the future

Grammar schools aren’t fit for the world of the future The Guardian, by Paul Mason 10.08.16   I knew grammar school was going to be different to my life experience to date when, as we lined…
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Bulletin Articles
9th August 2016

“Where I Eat My Bread…. Stories of In-Migration To The Hi…

“Where I Eat My Bread.... Stories of In-Migration To The Highlands And Islands” By R. B. Macleod 2016    So often immigrants – whether from within or outwith the EU, wheth…
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Bulletin Articles
9th August 2016

About Book – “Where I eat my Bread – that is my Cou

About Book - “Where I eat my Bread - that is my Country” R B MacLeod August 2016   Bit of Background   This wee book is a compilation of stories from Migrants or Immigrants -- …