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All SEN Members Session | Flexible Working & Mental Wellbeing. Join us on Monday 24th August, 3pm to explore flexible working as a way to support staff MH&W as we move towards Phase 4. Fantastic speakers lined up. More info ➡️➡️bit.ly/2ECSOYH #socent #mentalwellbeing pic.twitter.com/Fw1s…

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24th May 2017

Greens to unveil plans for universal basic income in manifesto la…

Greens to unveil plans for universal basic income in manifesto launch The Guardian, by Rowena Mason 22.05.2017 People could get a universal basic income and a shorter working week under plans proposed…
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24th May 2017

The Man Who Pulled Theresa May Apart

The Man Who Pulled Theresa May Apart Scottish Review, by David Torrence 24.05.2017 The launch of the Conservative party manifesto last week gave rise to much commentary about 'Mayism', whether it exis…
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24th May 2017

Labour Peer Maurice Glasman Says His Party Will Lose Because R…

Labour Peer Maurice Glasman Says His Party Will Lose Because "It Doesn’t Believe What The People Believe" Buzz Feed, by Jim Waterson 21.05.2017   A Labour peer who worked as an ad…
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24th May 2017

Everyday acts of heroism show what it means to be human

Everyday acts of heroism show what it means to be human The National, by Kevin McKenna 24.05.17 AS this week unfolds and we grope clumsily for an appropriate response to the attack on Manchester the w…
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Senscot Bulletin
19th May 2017

Senscot Bulletin: 19.05.17

Dear members and friends, When I was adolescent, a schoolmaster told me I had ‘an unusual ability to get the job done’.  The ‘action man’ version of myself which gradually…
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Bulletin Articles
18th May 2017

Labour’s manifesto is more Keynesian than Marxist

Labour's manifesto is more Keynesian than Marxist New Statesman, by George Eaton 16.05.2017 134 years after his death, Karl Marx's spectre has haunted Britain's election. Challenged by Andrew Marr on …
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18th May 2017

The SENs: Friday 19th April 2017

Senscot welcome the Scottish Government’s commitment to developing a national strategy to tackle loneliness and social isolation, and we invite SEN members to join us in shaping and informing th…
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Bulletin Articles
17th May 2017

Western do-gooders need to resist the allure of ‘exotic pro

Western do-gooders need to resist the allure of 'exotic problems' The Guardian, by Courtney E Martin 23.04.2017   Let’s pretend, for a moment, that you are a 22-year-old college student in …
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16th May 2017

Buurtzorg: the Dutch model of neighbourhood care that is going gl…

Buurtzorg: the Dutch model of neighbourhood care that is going global The Guardian, by David Brindle 9.05.17   Innovative nursing model cuts bureaucracy and gives nurses more freedom and time wit…
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16th May 2017

Idealists or SNP stooges? How a constitutional debate is engulfin…

Idealists or SNP stooges? How a constitutional debate is engulfing the Scottish Greens The New Statesman, by Julia Rampen 16.05.17   The Scottish Greens have been accused of "capitulating&qu…
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16th May 2017

Callers to GP surgeries will be assessed by NHS 24

Callers to GP surgeries will be assessed by NHS 24 The Times, by Helen Puttick 12.05.17   Patients calling their own GP surgery in the daytime will be assessed first over the phone by the Scottis…
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16th May 2017

Scottish Public services reach crisis point

Scottish Public services reach crisis point The Daily Record 10.05.17   GPs at breaking point   The future of GP practices in Scotland is reaching crisis point with seven closures in the las…