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This week's Senscot Bulletin includes:📢 Feedback from yesterday's SE Ref Group meeting in Perth📝 Latest Senscot Briefing📋 @NHS_HS report on food poverty📝 A look back at the series of @CommHealth_Blog briefings🔥🇬🇧🔥 Update on Brexit➡️senscot.net/senscot-…⬅️ pic.twitter.com/OLMz…

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Senscot Bulletin
29th June 2018

Senscot Bulletin 29.06.18

Dear members and friends,Edinburgh’s George St, doing some shopping; I’ve walked a bit too far - tired; enter self-service coffee bar. First, I drop one of two packages; then my tray, with cof…
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Bulletin Articles
28th June 2018

Grown up politics – an interview with Aileen Campbell

Holyrood, by Tom FreemanInterview Date 3rd March 2014 Aileen Campbell on her journey from youngest MSP to the architect of the Children and Young People Bill"We want Scotland to be the …
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Bulletin Articles
28th June 2018

Aberdeen Foyer Announces New Chief Executive

The Foyer is delighted to announce the appointment of its next Chief Executive, Leona McDermid, who currently serves as the organisation's Executive Director. Leona will take up the post succeeding th…
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Bulletin Articles
28th June 2018

Nine new junior ministers appointed to Scottish government

BBC News 27.06.18 Nicola Sturgeon's major reshuffle of her government has continued with nine new junior ministers being selected. The first minister announced sweeping changes to her cabinet o…
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Bulletin Articles
28th June 2018

Who’s who in Nicola Sturgeon’s reshuffled government

BBC News26.06.28Nicola Sturgeon has carried out the first reshuffle of her Scottish government cabinet since the last Holyrood election in May 2016.The move includes major changes, expandi…
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Bulletin Articles
28th June 2018

‘Class of 2016’ appointed to raft of ministerial positions

The National, Kathleen Nutt Nicola Sturgeon’s major reshuffle of her government continued yesterday with seven of nine new junior ministers appointed from the group of SNP MSPs first elected in…
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Bulletin Articles
27th June 2018

The Cydesdale Community Initiative

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Bulletin Articles
27th June 2018

It takes a whole lifetime to become yourself – excerpt

David Donnison and Kay CarmichaelThe post-polio syndrome made Kay increasingly weak. It afflicts about half those who suffered severe paralysis in childhood as the muscles and nerves that were reb…
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Bulletin Articles
27th June 2018

‘An unstoppable challenge to the centralised status quo’: Sco…

Common Space, by Sean Bell23.06.18Coalition of activists and campaign organisations presents a new vision for community empowerment at Glasgow’s #Democracy21 conferenceMajor powers shoul…
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Bulletin Articles
27th June 2018

Scots support tax hikes to improve the NHS

The Herald, by Alistair Grant 12.06.18More than half of Scots would be willing to pay more tax to improve the nation’s health, a new poll suggests.While 56 per cent said they would su…
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Bulletin Articles
26th June 2018

How Highlands poverty created the blueprint for the NHS

BBC News, by Reevel Alderson25.06.18For 70 years the NHS has provided a "cradle to grave" health service throughout the UK, but many of its principles were forged in Scotland more than three d…
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Bulletin Articles
26th June 2018

Business Gateway celebrates decade

The Herald, Ian McConnell26.06.18MORE than 100,000 jobs have been created with the support of Scotland’s national business advice service over the decade since its delivery passed to local …