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22nd February 2017

Multi-million pledge to help third sector transform lives

Multi-million pledge to help third sector transform lives Third Force News, by Graham Martin  22.02.17   The lives of hundreds of young people will be transformed after a pioneering third se…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd February 2017

Frankie Boyle drops a truth bomb on the media. And The Guardian r…

Frankie Boyle drops a truth bomb on the media. And The Guardian refused to publish it The Canary, by James Wright 22.02.17   The Guardian refused to publish Frankie Boyle’s new column appar…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd February 2017

Canada is betting on a universal basic income to help cities gutt…

Canada is betting on a universal basic income to help cities gutted by manufacturing job loss Quartz, by Rebbecca Fortin 22.02.17   Of all the ideas to pull people out of poverty, one of the more…
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20th February 2017

The SENs: Friday 17th February 2017

Last week, Cabinet Secretary, Angela Constance announced a £1m package of ‘early actions’ in advance of the impending SE Action Plan. One of these ‘early actions’ is the …
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Senscot Bulletin
17th February 2017

Senscot Bulletin: 17.02.17

Dear members and friends, Item in the Daily Record this week about the death, in his native Italy, of Michele Cocozza, aged 88.  In 1953, he opened the Cross Café in Rutherglen which beca…
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Bulletin Articles
17th February 2017

The Alternative Facts Of The Basic Income Movement

The Alternative Facts Of The Basic Income Movement Social Europe, by Francine Mestrum 16.02.17   A couple of days ago, I received the most recent newsletter of BIEN (Basic Income Earth Network). …
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Bulletin Articles
16th February 2017

University’s new principal promises to widen access

University’s new principal promises to widen access The Times 14.02.17   The incoming head of one of Scotland’s leading universities has promised to take radical action to drive up th…
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Bulletin Articles
16th February 2017

Basic income pilot considered in Glasgow

Basic income pilot considered in Glasgow BBC News 16.02.17   Glasgow could be the first city in the UK to pilot a basic universal income for every citizen.   The local council is to fund a &…
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Bulletin Articles
16th February 2017

Where is the will to tackle grim scourge of inequality?

Where is the will to tackle grim scourge of inequality? The Herald Scotland, by Iain Macwhirter  15.02.17   No-one should be surprised at the growth of inequality revealed this week in a Sco…
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Bulletin Articles
16th February 2017

Wealthiest 1 per cent of Scots own more than poorest 50 per cent

Wealthiest 1 per cent of Scots own more than poorest 50 per cent The Herald Scotland 14.02.17   Wealth inequality in Scotland has widened, with the richest 1 per cent of the population now owning…
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Bulletin Articles
16th February 2017

Thomas Piketty’s Capital: everything you need to know about…

Thomas Piketty's Capital: everything you need to know about the surprise bestseller The Guardian, by Paul Mason 28.04.14   That capitalism is unfair has been said before. But it is the way Thomas…
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Bulletin Articles
15th February 2017

Street Soccer founder to build innovative centre to tackle homele…

Street Soccer founder to build innovative centre to tackle homelessness Third Force News, by Paul Cardwell  15.02.17   Plans are well under way to build a multi-million pound complex combini…