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Senscot Bulletin
30th August 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 30.08.19

Dear members and friends, I live alone and work from the house – but every few days I might jump in the car and drive 45 mins up the M9, to lunch in lovely Trossachs country; the round trip takes a…
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Bulletin Articles
29th August 2019

Boris Johnson Is Planning A Series Of Extreme Measures In The Com…

BuzzFeed, by Alex Wickham28.09.19 Boris Johnson’s surprise move to ask the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks in the run-up to the Brexit deadline on Oct. 31 is just the opening salvo of …
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Bulletin Articles
29th August 2019

Clowning Around at the Edinburgh Festival: Culture and Social Cle…

Bella Caledonia, by Mike Small20.08.19 Edinburgh is buzzing. It’s week three and the kids shows are packed-out, despite the Scottish schools being back from their summer holidays. Funny that. …
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Sport SEN Newsletter
28th August 2019

Sport SEN Newsletter – August 2019

Welcome to the August Sport SEN newsletter. A new strategy has been launched to promote the development and sustainability of mountain biking in Scotland. Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland 20…
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Bulletin Articles
28th August 2019

The reason Boris Johnson might want to suspend the British parlia…

The Irish Times, by Pat Leahy28.08.19 The reported decision of British prime minister Boris Johnson to suspend - or “prorogue” - parliament for over a month as the clock ticks down to…
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Bulletin Articles
28th August 2019

Services must be underpinned by love for ALL children

Children in Scotland15.01.19 University of Edinburgh doctoral student Jane Malcolm responds to Call 17 of our 25 Calls campaign, which focuses on the need to prioritise integration, support f…
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Bulletin Articles
28th August 2019

World leaders create their own realities at the G7 summit

The Guardian, by John Grace26.08.19 On the whole it had been a rather agreeable bank holiday weekend in Biarritz. Some of the assembled world leaders might have been a bit meh and it was always dis…
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Bulletin Articles
27th August 2019

Sun boycott reduced Euroscepticism on Merseyside, study shows

A long-running boycott of The Sun newspaper on Merseyside reduced Euroscepticism in the area and had a positive influence on its Remain vote in the Brexit referendum, university researchers have concl…
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Senscot Bulletin
23rd August 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 23.08.19

Dear members and friends, To know what matters in life, and what does not, is a great wisdom; many of us don’t realise what’s important till long afterwards – when it can be too late.  Reflect…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd August 2019

Labour plans to allow councils to seize empty shops

The Financial Times, by Sebastian Payne and Jonathan Eley 16.08.19 The UK’s opposition Labour party has announced it will give local authorities the power to take over properties that have been va…
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Health & Wellbeing Newsletter
21st August 2019

Health & Wellbeing Newsletter – August 2019

Welcome to August’s Health & Wellbeing Newsletter.   Learning & Knowledge Exchange Opportunities Social Enterprise & Community Café Activity  Following a series of SEN meeting…
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Bulletin Articles
21st August 2019

The Finance 202: Corporate critics cautiously optimistic about ne…

The Washington Post, by Tory Newmyer 20.08.19 Corporate chiefs are getting credit from some typically skeptical sources for their decision to abandon decades of a shareholder-first approach to run…