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The scale of homelessness in Scotland is a "damning indictment" on modern society and politicians must do much more to tackle the problem, a Church leader has said.
Some of the top reasons why privately-owned homes are left empty for long periods of time have been revealed by Shelter Scotland one year after the organisation launched an empty homes helpline.
An Ipsos MORI Scotland for Shelter Scotland shows that 90 per cent of people in Scotland think that the children of today will find it harder to buy or rent a home than the generation before them.
New research has found that more than one in four adults in Scotland who are responsible for paying rent or a mortgage are worried about covering the cost of their housing in 2016.
Picking up on the debate at Stirling University on 23.10.14, the introductory blog to this topic by Alison Jasper and John I'Anson, and the contribution by Sarah Clark, Russell Hunter, a Master
One year on from the 'life-changing' independence referendum, Ekklesia co-director Simon Barrow looks back on his own involvement in the campaign and its p[ositive significance for Scotland, the British and Irish isles, Europe and beyond.
Scotland supporters will display a “Refugees Welcome” banner before tonight’s UEFA European Championship Qualifying match against Germany at Hampden Park in Glasgow, in support and identification w
The Church of Scotland has joined with other Scottish faith leaders in a statement on the refugee crisis.
The latest Scottish Annual Household Survey suggests 27.8 per cent of Scots feel they belong to the Church of Scotland, a drop of 0.6 per cent on the previous year.
Major third-sector organisations across Scotland have highlighted the serious regressive measures contained in the UK Budget.
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Polling for the Electoral Reform Society released on 25 May 2016 shows that the number of people who feel well informed about the EU referendum...
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