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The Devonshire town that transformed local democracy As part of our United Kingdom of Solutions focus, we meet deputy mayor and deputy chair of Buckfastleigh town council, Pam Barrett. The sout... Democracy Politics Society UK
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Revolution in Frome: Flatpack Democracy Amid a wave of action to reinvigorate local government in the south west of England, this book by a former town council leader offers hope t... Democracy Politics Society UK
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The sweet-tasting social enterprise that supports young people in need As part of our United Kingdom of Solutions focus, we meet social entrepreneur Rosie Ginday. Based in the Midlands, her food business helps s... Food Society UK
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Challenges in the age of automation: four potential solutions Some expect the technological revolution, from automation to algorithms, to be as disruptive as the Industrial Revolution. With research sho... Society Technology
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Guerrilla localism in Preston As part of our United Kingdom of Solutions, we explore a bold approach to resources in Preston. The Lancashire city has shown radical spirit... Society UK
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Putting roofs over young people’s heads in Yorkshire This organisation matches at-risk young people with volunteer hosts who have spare rooms – but that’s just where the help begins. We head to... Society UK
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