Monthly Archives: December 2013

Social Housing, No Cheap Alternative

I have worked in the homelessness field so have some experience of the horrors that homelessness brings. It is one of the saddest things in the world seeing a homeless person bed down in a doorway or a derelict building. … Continue reading

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Still Waiting on a Positive Case for the Union

We are nearly into the year, you know 2014, the one with the vote that could change all our lives for the better in so many ways. According to the polls the YES Campaign are still losing and for the … Continue reading

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Just Like That

Just like that, last night the Scottish Governments responsibility for renewable obligations was removed via an amendment to the Energy Bill in the unelected House of Lords without any consultation with the Scottish Government and no objection from the Labour … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism

I’m sure that many of you, like myself, have been very disappointed by the failure of the main stream media and certain independent journalists to accurately and fairly report the independence debate. We are all faced daily with negative headlines, … Continue reading

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