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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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Senscot Bulletin
13th April 2018

Senscot Bulletin: 13.04.18

Dear members and friends, Cutting the grass on Sunday (first cut of 2018) – a jovial old couple stop for a chat; recognising them as’ regulars’ - I ask why they visit. “Molly here is a ‘res…
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13th April 2018

The SENs: Friday 13th April 2018

Senscot Legal has just completed its 7th year of trading – now having provided services to over 1000 social enterprises and third sector organisation during this time – including around 160 in 201…
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Bulletin Articles
12th April 2018

Post-industrial Plymouth was broke. So it took business into its …

The Guardian, by Aditya Chakrabortty 11.04.18 Down by the docks this post-industrial, post-imperial city is growing a new economy. The latest article in our new economics series explores how it to…
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Bulletin Articles
11th April 2018

John Lambie, the man Scottish football will forever hold dear

The Herald, by Neil Cameron 11.04.18 It was the spoonerism to end all spoonerisms. During one of John Lambie’s many stints as manager of Partick Thistle, he had taken possession of three la…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2018

ScotEnergyCo: Turning up the thermo-state

BBC by Douglas Fraser 09.04.18 A new tax year brings divergence for Scottish income tax from the Westminster bands and rates. It also brings a sugar tax. For those receiving the state pension, it …
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2018

Glasgow is the model in fight against knife crime

The Times, by Jeremy Watson 07.04.18 Senior UK police officers are looking to Glasgow as a model of how other cities should tackle knife crime. By the mid-2000s Glasgow had earned the reputatio…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2018

Social enterprise to run new Bristol Metrobus route

BBC 09.04.18 A social enterprise is to operate the longest route of the Bristol area Metrobus scheme. Bristol Community Transport will reinvest profits made on the m1 service into transport imp…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2018

If the Spanish want a scrap, the Scots will be only too happy to …

    The Observer, by Kevin McKenna 08.04.18 Madrid wants to try a Catalan academic for sedition, but Scotland won’t let her go without a fight. It’s in the blood Something i…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2018

Sillars: No indyref2 until Yes support reaches 60%

The National, by Andrew Learmonth 09.04.18 Former SNP deputy leader Jim Sillars has come to the defence of Pete Wishart over the timing of a second referendum, telling angry independence supporter…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2018

The Great Indyref Timing Debate

By Ruth Wishart 03.04.18 Pete Wishart MP (no relation) has been setting out his views on Indyref2. The burden of his argument is that pragmatism must rule the day since to hold and lose a second r…
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6th April 2018

The SENs: Friday 6th April 2018

The SEN Community Bond Offer now has one month left to run – closing date 7th May 2018 – and we would like to encourage all SENs; SEN members; and other supporters of social enterprise in Scotland…
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Bulletin Articles
4th April 2018

As Scotland’s Fair Start job scheme starts, where are all the c…

The Herald, by Stephen Naysmith 03.04.18 When the Scottish Government announced its new employability programme Fair Start Scotland last year there was dismay from some charities and from thei…