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Bulletin Articles
23rd April 2020

Important Update – Third Sector Resilience Fund

The Scottish Government today have committed additional resources to the third sector resilience fund and are implementing a transition to a phase 2 to better align it with wider support available. Wi…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd April 2020

Important Update – Third Sector Resilience Fund

The Scottish Government today have committed additional resources to the third sector resilience fund and are implementing a transition to a phase 2 to better align it with wider support available. Wi…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd April 2020

Our Dunning-Kruger president: Trump’s arrogance and ignoran…

When stupid people think they're smart, they do maximum damage. That's where we are with Trump and the pandemic Chauncey De Vega - Salon - 2nd April 2020 The Dunning-Kruger effect is a term that…
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Uncategorised
23rd April 2020

The Deficit Myth

Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy by Stephanie Kelton The leading thinker and most visible public advocate of modern monetary theory – the freshest and most importan…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd April 2020

Revealed: The UK’s “Three Stage” Exit Strategy To Ease The …

BuzzFeed News, by Alex Wickham 18th April 2020 A "best-case scenario" would see some nonessential retail shops and industries reopen in early to mid-May and further social distancing measures relaxe…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd April 2020

The psychological impact of quarantine and how to reduce it: rapi…

The Lancet, by Samantha K Brooks PhD, Rebecca K Webster PhD, Louise E Smith PhD, Lisa Woodland MSc, Prof Simon Wessely FMedSci, Prof Neil Greenberg FRCPsych, Gideon James Rubin PhD 26th February 2020…
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Bulletin Articles
21st April 2020

Boris Johnson is the wrong man in the wrong job at the wrong time

The Guardian, by Polly Toynbee 20th April 2020 The Sunday Times revelations confirm all our worst fears: the prime minister’s handling of coronavirus has been shockingly complacent. Everything …
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Bulletin Articles
21st April 2020

The end of the ‘two cultures’

Financial Times, by Janan Ganesh 17th April 2020 In his elliptical book about the death of his wife, Julian Barnes attempts a running metaphor that connects love and aeronautics. Levels of Life is b…
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Bulletin Articles
21st April 2020

As time ticks on, here’s what the UK’s social sector need…

Pioneers Post, by Niamh Goggin, Helen Heap and Richard Litchfield 15th April 2020 With many social sector organisations unable to benefit from either government aid or the new emergency loan offe…
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Senscot Bulletin
17th April 2020

Senscot Bulletin: 17.04.20

Most people have twin drives – for companionship, love, society – and for solitude, independence, autonomy; over time we find our own balance.  When I first moved into this remote cottage, it was…
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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2020

It’s time to talk about Basic Income. But first we need to work…

Fraser of Allander Institute 15th April 15 2020 Over the last month or so the, in the face of a health emergency, the economy has been all but shutdown so as to minimise the fatal impact of the Coro…
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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2020

Coronavirus: Dumfries’ Stove Network goes digital

The National, by Karin Goodwin 12th April 2020 HOW do you respond to lockdown when all of your activity revolves around uniting people in a physical space? That was the question that started…