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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
8th May 2018

PRESS RELEASE – Campaign groups question if RBS branch clos…

Scottish Rural Action and Disability Equality Scotland have joined forces with Jeane Freeman MSP to seek clarity on the legal status of the planned closures of 62 RBS branches across Scotland. The gro…
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Bulletin Articles
8th May 2018

Top pollster Sir John Curtice says Scotland “absolutely cen…

The Herald, by Michael Settle  07.05.18 Scotland will be centre stage at the next UK General Election in 2022 because of the closeness of the race between the two main parties south of the bord…
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Bulletin Articles
8th May 2018

RBS boss tells MPs branch closures ‘difficult’ but ne

BBC News 08.05.18 RBS chief executive Ross McEwan has told MPs he recognised that customers were angry about branch closures but they were commercially necessary. He appeared before Westminst…
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Senscot Bulletin
4th May 2018

Senscot Bulletin 04.05.18

Dear members and friends, My routine is occasionally brightened by joyful visits from wee Laura – nearly two; toddlers are supercharged learning machines – with a capacity they will never surpass…
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Bulletin Articles
4th May 2018

A hazy night in English local elections: the key conclusions

Guardian, by Dan Sabbagh 04.05.18   Labour failed to dent the Tories, while Lib Dems had a tiny revival and Ukip became irrelevant.   Labour made limited progress, but failed to…
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4th May 2018

The SENs: Friday 4th May 2018

We were delighted to hear this week that P4P has secured continued funding for the year ahead. Initially funded as one of the SE Action Plan’s ‘early actions’, P4P has, in its first year, connec…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd May 2018

A Critical Reflection on Social Impact Bonds

Stanford Social Innovation Review 01.05.18   Far from being a win-win financial instrument, SIBs come with significant technical burdens and exemplify an ideological shift in welfare service…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd May 2018

Community and Economy: on the success of Highlands and Islands En…

By Peter McColl Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is a rare beast: an economic development agency that enjoys widespread popular support amongst the population of the area in which it operate…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd May 2018

People’s Postcode Lottery’s Statement to Bulletin No

Malcolm Fleming People's Postcode Lottery Further to the article in last week’s bulletin about People’s Postcode Lottery and the relationship between society lotteries and the National Lottery…
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Bulletin Articles
1st May 2018

People’s Bank of Govanhill prepares to open community swap mark

Common Space, by Caitlin Logan  25.08.17 The People’s Bank of Govanhill, which previously created a local currency for Govanhill, is seeking a permanent base for a swap market. The swap m…