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Gigha's wind power to be stored under UK government-funded trial
Herald Scotland, by David Ross
Date: 26th Oct 2016

The island of Gigha is to play an important role in pioneering work to find a way to store power generated by wind turbines, which could revolutionise the global green energy industry.


300 Academics sign open letter to PM over ‘xenophobia’
The Scotsman, by Shan Ross
Date: 12th Oct 2016

Almost 300 academics, writers, lawyers, academics and musicians have signed an open letter Prime Minister Theresa May calling on her to “rein in” her government’s divisive and “xenophobic” language over proposals to make firms disclose the number of non-British workers they employ. 


Superblocks to the rescue: Barcelona’s plan to give streets back to residents
The Guardian, by Marta Bausells
Date: 12th Oct 2016

In the latest attempt from a big city to move away from car hegemony, Barcelona has ambitious plans.


Bella Caledonia, by Mike Small
Date: 12th Oct 2016

Bella is delighted to be part of IdeaSpace next week as the fringe gathering to the SNP conference


How American Politics Has Changed
Private Eye 1429
Date: 11th Oct 2016

How American Politics Has Changed


Parents slate ‘jargon-laden’ consultation over schools
Herald Scotland, by Andrew Denholm
Date: 5th Oct 2016

Parents have attacked a “jargon laden” Government consultation intended to engage them in the running of Scottish schools.

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