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Supporters Direct, the network of 'trusts' (co-ops) involved with football clubs, has welcomed a 1 million community ownership proposal in Scotland.
The arrogance of large media companies in the face of calls for fairness and accountability besmirches the reputation of good journalism - and I say that as someone who has been in the business on-and-off (mostly 'on'!) for nearly 30 years.
A YouGov opinion poll has put the Greens ahead of the Lib Dems in Scotland for the first time ever, despite their exclusion from election TV debates.
A new opinion poll shows clear public opposition to the exclusion of the Scottish Green Party from the TV election debates that start tonight.
Amnesty has welcomed a Scottish Parliament report on migration and trafficking. It is concerned about traffickers and bias in support for victims.
Scottish Green MSPs yesterday voted against the SNP administration's budget, accusing a "grand cuts coalition" of backing Conservative policies.
Methodists and Quakers have criticised government plans for minimum pricing of alcoholic drinks, insisting they will do little to tackle alcohol-related problems.
Amnesty International today (14 December 2010) welcomed a new report on Migration and Trafficking from the Scottish Parliament.
A Green members of the Scottish Parliament is today arguing that the legal definition of a child should be set at 18 in the Children's Hearing Bill.