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Tonie Mckay has a piece on Business for Scotland today talking about doughnut economic’s helping to explain the more holistic approach of Kate Roworths economic ideas.

Peter a bell at Indy ref two expands on an article by Audrey Birt in the National yesterday and suggests a wedge has to be driven into the certainty of the mindset of the uber Unionist.

Holyrood chronicles has a quote of the day too long for a tweet but you need to read the quote to understand the reference.

Scott goes pop’s James Kelly delves into the datasets of the latest Catalonian poll on independence and clears up a few MSM misconceptions.

Lesley Riddoch’s back with a podcast about her visit to Catalonia what can I say excellent as ever and well worth a listen. It’s not just Catalonia she lets out a few secrets about Brian Taylor as well.

Four new articles on common space today.

Caitlin Logan has a piece entitled locker room talk the title of a play being toured by the Travis Theatre just now it covers the very up-to-date topic of sexual harassment and is to be shown to MSPs in Holyrood an interesting read about a novel approach to the problem.

Sean Bell has a piece today about the reasons employment law should be devolved to the Scottish parliament. This piece is generated from the questions asked at the Scottish affairs committee recently.

A second Sean Bell piece covers the debt accumulated over a four-year degree by the poorest students in Scotland and calls for a root and branch overhaul.

Common space has also posted a report created by common weal on the central banks development and role.

Liz Castro writes about the tumultuous events this weekend in Barcelona by the way Liz is well worth the follow on Twitter if you looking for up-to-date information on what’s happening in Catalonia.

The second piece by Ruth Patrick looks at five of the reasons that conditionality, that is what you have to do to qualify for welfare, or perhaps more importantly the reasons you get sanctioned and what effects this system has on your employability.

The third new article up is simply a map of the countries that ban smacking that you might like to send to the detractors of the new Scottish government policy.

The last piece is seriously local by Mike small and concerns Mossmorran the ExxonMobil ethylene plant in Fife who seem to be having some difficulties restarting their plant but no difficulty ignoring the local residents.

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Resident-led action group seeking redress from the long-term social, health and environmental impacts from the Mossmorran facilities in Central Fife operated by ExxonMobil (Fife Ethylene Plant) and Shell (Fife NGL).


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