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11th December 2019

Articulate Cultural Trust – Made with Care

Problem: Care experienced young people often don’t think things they create are good enough.  Sometimes they don’t get much opportunity to be creative.  This means they don’t put th…
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2019

New £3.2m community hub opens

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones13.11.19 The doors have opened at a new community facility in Edinburgh. The Broomhouse Hub was opened last week by Jackie Kay, Scottish Makar, and Frank Ross, …
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2019

Private schools to be stripped of tax breaks next year under SNP …

The Herald Scotland, by Alistair Grant4.12.19 Private schools will be stripped of controversial tax breaks from the start of the next academic year under plans put forward by the SNP. Public fi…
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Senscot Bulletin
6th December 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 06.12.19

Dear members and friends, Wednesday evening, my fridge conks-out - dead; it’s not the fuse, so needs a more expert eye.  Thursday am, engineer wants £70 to come and look; he says Currys will deli…
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Bulletin Articles
4th December 2019

Scottish Community Alliance ‘Briefing’

Leader Comment - Angus Hardie4th December 2019  Does Scotland’s community sector really need to be so big? This was the provocation from Andy Wightman MSP at last week’s Community Action on Cl…
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Bulletin Articles
4th December 2019

Meet the Leftish Economist With a New Story About Capitalism

The New York Times, by Katy Lederer Mariana Mazzucato wants liberals to talk less about the redistribution of wealth and more about its creation. Politicians around the world are listening. Ma…
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Bulletin Articles
4th December 2019

To revive our cities we must set them free

UnHerd, By Peter Franklin GDP is both vitally important and hopelessly inadequate as a measure of prosperity. Many attempts have been made to find a better yardstick. One of the best is the PwC-De…
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Bulletin Articles
4th December 2019

Britain’s Dirty Election

New York Times, By Peter Geoghegan and Mary Fitzgerald29th November 2019 A serial liar. A campaign of online disinformation. The risk of foreign meddling. Sound familiar? LONDON — Pity Br…
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Bulletin Articles
4th December 2019

Bùth Bharraigh ‘under threat from Comhairle nan Eilean Siar’

3 December 2019 PRESS RELEASE An award-winning community social enterprise is under threat from Comhairle nan Eilean Siar because the local authority is insisting on demolishing its premises. …
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Senscot Bulletin
29th November 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 29.11.19

Dear members and friends, When, a few years ago, I became aware of the campaign to paint Jeremy Corbyn as racist – I gave it ‘nae chance’.  But I was wrong; these are the words of journalist M…
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Cultural SEN News
28th November 2019

Boat Festival Celebrates Wave of Success

The Scottish Traditional Boat Festival has been crowned winner of the Best Cultural Event / Festival category at the Aberdeen City & Shire Tourism Awards (ACSTA). The accolade was presented…
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Bulletin Articles
28th November 2019

Total Homes Co-operative donates nearly 1,000 Christmas gifts

A reuse social enterprise has donated just fewer than 1,000 Christmas gifts to a number of worthy organisations in Glasgow. Some of the gifts in the Queens Cross Housing Association offices Tot…