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Bulletin Articles
13th December 2016

SURF Response to Groundhog Day? Explaining 50 years of failed ren…

SURF Response to Groundhog Day? Explaining 50 years of failed renewal SURF, by Andy Milne  13.12.16   As Scotland’s Regeneration Forum, SURF has benefited from interactive discussion w…
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Bulletin Articles
13th December 2016

AA Gill

AA Gill Sunday Times August 2014 ‘Extract’   Someone said that Scotland doesn't have history, it just has a longer memory for current events. Before talking about whether this uneven …
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Senscot Bulletin
9th December 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 09.12.16

Dear members and friends, 2016 has been a particularly stressful year – it still is.  I force myself to watch the pitiless images from Aleppo; austerity sparks angry populist movements arou…
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9th December 2016

The SENs: Friday 9th December 2016

Like many in our sector, we look forward next week to the launch of the new SE Strategy for Scotland. Many SENs and their members were able to participate in a wide-ranging consultation process that b…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2016

Testing times for Nicola Sturgeon as Scotland slips behind at sch…

Testing times for Nicola Sturgeon as Scotland slips behind at school "An extract" The National, by Lesley Riddoch  08.12.16   Educational attainment is inextricably linked to fami…
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2016

Scottish Labour calls for new federal state to unite UK after Bre…

Scottish Labour calls for new federal state to unite UK after Brexit The Guardian, by Kezia Dugdale 07.12.16   Kezia Dugdale, the Scottish Labour leader, has called for a radical reshaping of the…
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2016

Scottish education system ‘no longer world leading’

Scottish education system ‘no longer world leading’ iNews, by Chris Green  07.12.16   Scotland’s schools have recorded their worst ever performance in a major international…
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2016

So much for my dream of retiring to Bute

So much for my dream of retiring to Bute Scottish Review, by Ian Jack 07.12.16   I don’t know the detailed history of Craigard House, but my old neighbour in Bute used to remember that, whe…
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2016

The Courtyard Café

The Courtyard Café   Article from The Evening Times, by Deborah Anderson   A Unique new community café opened its doors offering fresh food and employment opportunities to a no…
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2016

Why some Dutch university students are living in nursing homes

Why some Dutch university students are living in nursing homes The Independant, by Johanna Harris 07.12.16   In today’s society both young and old increasingly find themselves living in a b…
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2016

For the Traveler

For the Traveler  John O'Donohue 07.12.16   Every time you leave home, Another road takes you Into a world you were never in.   New strangers on other paths await. New places that have …
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2016

Fake Audiences Update

Fake Audiences Update Bella Caledonia, by Mike Small  07.12.16   We recently raised questions about the role of the ‘Audience Producer’ for BBC Question Time and her role in mani…