Citizens Advice Scotland

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More than half (51%) of people who sought debt advice from a Citizens Advice Bureau wish they had done so sooner, new data published by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has revealed. For all clients, four in ten people wish they had sought advice sooner.

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The Highland Council is working with the Nairn Citizens Advice Bureau to provide a new office and IT suite along with twelve 1 and 2-bed flats for council rent on the site for the former community centre in Nairn.

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As the new energy price cap rise came into force yesterday, Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) is encouraging people who have been working from home during the pandemic to claim tax relief on their energy bills ahead of the tax year ending on April 5. Under the existing tax relief system, workers can cl

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A new strategy for Scotland’s rented sector will improve accessibility, affordability and standards, as part of a new 20-year route map for housing to be published next week by the Scottish Government. The Rented Sector strategy will be a key element of Housing to 2040 - Scotland’s first

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Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) is telling MPs ahead of this week’s Budget that the Chancellor must make the £20 uplift to Universal Credit (UC) permanent. In a briefing sent to all Scottish MPs, the charity sets out how without the uplift UC will fall below the rate of inflation and risk

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Legislation which will help cut emissions, reduce fuel poverty and create green jobs by accelerating the deployment of heat networks has been passed unanimously by the Scottish Parliament.

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MSPs from across Scotland will recognise the impact of the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) network in Scotland in a special members’ business debate at Holyrood today. Lodged by Christine Graham, MSP for Constituency Member for Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale, the debate will reco

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Shocking new analysis from Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) shows that Universal Credit will fall below its 2013 value in real terms if plans to end the £20 uplift are not reversed.

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