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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2020

Coronavirus: Govanhill residents work together to fight Covid-19

The National, by Karin Goodwill 12th April 2020 IT’S Good Friday, the sun is shining and birds are singing full-throated songs of spring. Close your eyes and you could forget we are living in the …
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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2020

Coronavirus: How Galson Estate Trust is helping Lewis residents

The National, by Karin Goodwin 12th April 2020 “At a time of crisis, community will look to their own,”says Lisa Maclean, manger of Urras Oighreachd Ghabhsainn (the Galson Estate Trust) in Lewis…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

During coronavirus pandemic Invisible Cities are still there

The Edinburgh Reporter, By Phyllis Stephen 14th April 2020 Invisible Cities is a social enterprise set up by Zakia Moulaoui which offers walking tours round the city. The trained tour guides ar…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

The Anti-Wartime Economy

Tribune, by James Meadway 19th March 2020 A war effort requires the total mobilisation of an economy. What we're facing with coronavirus is different – the need to demobilise the economy for as lo…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

‘I’m sorry if you think Britain will emerge from the …

The Herald, by Kevin McKenna 11th April 2020 In seeking to convey scale and urgency we reach for superlatives and glibly scatter doomsday scenarios to describe this global health emergency. The one …
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

Wife of SNP councillor ‘heartbroken’ after he leaves …

The Herald, by Hannah Rodger 3rd April 2020 The wife of an SNP councillor launched a brutal attack on her 'cheating' husband after he is alleged to have left her for another party councill…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

Coronavirus has exposed the myth of British exceptionalism

The Guardian, by Fintan O’Toole 11th April 2020 Boris Johnson’s first response was at odds with the rest of the world. But this virus does not respect his delusions of national character. The…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

Scotland faces cost of living crisis

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones 9th April 2020 Citizens Advice Scotland has found a third of Scots are worried about being able to pay for food and other essentials A third of Scots a…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

When Will Coronavirus End? WH Asked Two leading Scientists

Women's Health Magazine, by Roisin Dervish-O'Kane 8th April 2020 Responses to lockdown life, so far, appear to be mixed. While some of the non-essential worker cohort can't stand it, others are, vis…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

The dawn of UBI?

Charlotte Street Partners, by Juan Palenzuela 14th April 2020 Last week was a good one for the proponents of universal basic income (UBI). The policy, which until recently was little more than a fri…
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Bulletin Articles
15th April 2020

Pope Francis says it might be ‘time to consider a universal…

Business Insider,  by Grace Panetta 12th April 2020 Pope Francis suggested that it might be time for countries to consider a universal basic wage to help ameliorate the worldwide economic disru…
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Senscot Bulletin
9th April 2020

Senscot Bulletin: 09.04.20

Born in 1940, I have only the scantiest memories of the Hitler war; since then, I can think of nothing which has impacted our lives to the extent of this pandemic: we learn again, that the proximity o…