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Scottish charity sector must nurture 'reawakening of interest in democracy' despite no vote, SCVO says

Scottish charity sector must nurture 'reawakening of interest in democracy' despite no vote, SCVO says

The umbrella body and others respond to yesterday's historic independence referendum, in which 55 per cent of Scots voted to remain in the UK

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Managing the risks that come with renting a property can make the difference between a charity thriving or failing

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