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Bulletin Articles
16th January 2006

Scotland ‘shouId take the lead in setting cap on interest rates

Scotland ‘shouId take the lead in setting cap on interest rates' 16.01.06 Scotland should be given the power to impose its own cap on excessive interest rates, the Scottish National party has said. …
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Bulletin Articles
16th January 2006

Group’s invention may save developers millions

Group’s invention may save developers millions   Herpreet Kaur Grewal Regeneration & Renewal 13.01.06     A Lancashire-based community organisation claims to have invented a ne…
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Bulletin Articles
16th January 2006

Report questions value of city centre renewal

Report questions value of city centre renewal Senscot16.01.06 The benefits of city-centre regeneration to deprived inner-city neighbourhoods are overestimated, says a new piece of research. The Centre…
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Bulletin Articles
13th January 2006

A local cure for the democracy deficit

A local cure for the democracy deficit  Laurence Demarco, Regeneration & Renewal13 January 2006 Two-thirds of British citizens feel remote from the big institutions that affect their lives, …
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Bulletin Articles
13th January 2006

Trusts get bigger investing powers

Trusts get bigger investing powers 13.01.06 Charitable trusts in Scotland have been granted more investment powers. They will now be able to put money into a wider range of investments, including la…
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Senscot Bulletin
13th January 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 13-01-2006

Dear members and friends, I wonder if it’s possible to live in one of these wee villages in Southern Spain on a state pension - not counting rent, I mean. My pal Tom who lives here says that everyth…
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Bulletin Articles
13th January 2006

Those who want to shrink the state forget who pays the bills

Those who want to shrink the state forget who pays the bills Conservatives must do more than back social enterprise to dispel their reputation as blinkered tax-cutters Polly ToynbeeThe Guardian13.06…
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Uncategorised
13th January 2006

A Strategy for Social Enterprise – update January 2006.

A Strategy for Social Enterprise Update January 2006 Scottish Ministers have committed to developing a differentiated strategy for social enterprise in Scotland. The strategy will link to Scottish Exe…
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Bulletin Articles
11th January 2006

Labour has run into the sand and can’t depend on Brown to dig i…

Labour has run into the sand and can’t depend on Brown to dig it out   The right response to the new Tory threat is to take on the wealth of ideas on the left, not to be more cautious   …
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2006

Opposition wary of yob action plan

Opposition wary of yob action plan 10.01.06  The government's new 'respect' action plan has prompted criticism from opposition parties, with David Cameron warning against further 'gimmicks'…
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2006

Social Firms UK Research

Social Firms UK Research 10.01.06 Social Firms UK has recently conducted extensive research into the Social Firm sector in the UK in 2005. The results, which include analysis of business sectors, empl…
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2006

Top level purchasing bias against employee owned businesses

Top level purchasing bias against employee owned businesses   10.01.06     Employee-owned businesses are facing official prejudice - right up to Government level - when it comes to subm…