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  1. 26 Jul 2016

    Figures released by the Scottish Government today show that over 200,000 households have received emergency grants from the Scottish Welfare Fund in the last three years.

    Susan McPhee, Head of Policy & Public Affairs at Citizens Advice Scotland, says:

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  2. 13 Jul 2016

    Author: Rhiannon Sims, CAS Policy Officer

    On the day Britain welcomes its new Prime Minister, Citizens Advice Scotland has published new evidence exposing the experiences of those in poverty and destitution in Scotland.

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  3. 13 Jul 2016

    On the day Britain welcomes its new Prime Minister, Citizens Advice Scotland has published new evidence exposing the levels of poverty and destitution in Scotland.

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  4. 11 Jul 2016

    The Consumer Futures Unit has launched a tender focusing on the impact and effectiveness of codes of practice in non-domestic water markets in other countries (including elsewhere in the UK), and in utilities and other (primarily regulated) industries in the UK, particularly in regard to their efficacy for consumers. The CFU will use the findings and recommendations from this research to inform our contribution and input to the work that the Scottish water industry is undertaking with stakeholders to develop a code of practice for the non-domestic water market.

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