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Huge thanks to all 46 of you who joined the Sport SEN session about 'Getting Your Facilities Ready for Sport' and thanks to Graham @sportscotland for providing advice and guidance. For those who missed it, or want to watch again (🤭) here's the recording: bit.ly/3gZy24n pic.twitter.com/iiY8…

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Bulletin Articles
4th June 2020

Two Presidents

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Bulletin Articles
4th June 2020

‘IMPOSSIBLE’ Coronavirus Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon wa…

The Sun, by Chris Musson & Christine Lavelle 2nd June 2020 ANY strict new lockdown laws would be “unenforceable”, Nicola Sturgeon was warned tonight. Rank-and-file cops insi…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd June 2020

Why you may need to encourage social distancing around your bird …

The Conversation, by Joana GC Rodrigues, Caray A Walker, Harisree Paramel Nair 28th May 2020 People in Britain feed up to 196 million birds a year with 60,000 tonnes of bird food, at a total cost …
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Bulletin Articles
3rd June 2020

Cummings’ contempt for lockdown rules makes the public feel lik…

The Guardian, by Fintan O’Toole 26th May 2020 The Catholic church in Ireland lost power by flouting the morals it prescribed. The Tory government risks a similar fate. It is n…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd June 2020

After coronavirus, what’s Left?

BBC News, by Douglas Fraser 2nd June 2020 The battle has begun for the post-Covid legacy, deciding what's going to change. The left and progressives are first to engage. Think tanks are on manoe…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd June 2020

Has Trump declared war on the US to save his own skin?

The Guardian, by Arwa Mahdawi 2nd June 2020 In a speech on Monday, the president made clear that he will not disappear without a literal fight. Terrifyingly, this may win him another term. …
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Twitter labels Trump’s false claims with warning for first

The Guardian, by Julia Carrie Wong in San Francisco and Sam Levine in New York 27th May 2020 President rails against decision after his tweets on mail-in voting are marked with message: ‘Get th…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Recovery, Covid-19 and the Scottish Economy

Bella Caledonia, by George Kerevan 23rd April 2020 After Covid-19: The Scottish Government's Economic Recovery Team Unveiled. WHITHER THE Scottish economy?  This week (21 April) the Scottish Gove…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Schumpeter’s virus: How “creative destruction” could save t…

Prospect Magazine, by Barry Eichengreen 26th May 2020 The Great Depression-era economist understood that productive new businesses can rise from the rubble. But for that to happen, the old cannot b…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Scotland’s Children Bill: why the law needs to protect the righ…

The Conversation, by Fiona Morrison & Kay Tisdall 22nd May 2020 Divorce and separation affects many families, and following a breakup, most make their own arrangements about where children will…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2020

Build Back Better – What’s it Going to Take Scotland?

Bella Caledonia, by By Katherine Trebeck (the Wellbeing Economy Alliance) & Peter Kelly (The Poverty Alliance) 19th May 2020 This year started with masks and it is likely to end with masks. …
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27th May 2020

Sarah Smith stushie exposes how the Scottish establishment works

The Herald Scotland, by Kevin McKenna 23rd May 2020 WE think we know what the British establishment looks like. In truth, though, it’s an amorphous and gaseous beast that defies easy description. …