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People who are homeless in England are to be prioritised for the coronavirus vaccine after the UK Government accepted advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). In a letter to secretary of state for health and social care Matt Hancock at the start of the month, the JCVI

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Additional funding of £500,000 is being allocated by the Scottish Government to provide practical measures of support for health and social care staff working to tackle the coronavirus pandemic. Following direct feedback from staff, this funding will support local provision of hot drinks and s

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Holyrood's local government and communities committee has pressed the Scottish Government for more information on its continuing support for homeless people during the coronavirus pandemic and to respond to reports that homeless people in temporary accommodation are being made to leave their accommo

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Funding of almost £1 million to help more vulnerable young people across Scotland into work has been announced by economy secretary Fiona Hyslop. Part of the Scottish Government’s Young Person’s Guarantee, the £986,702 investment will provide specialist pre-employment support

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Wheatley Group has helped almost 1800 homeless people put a roof over their heads throughout the coronavirus crisis. The housing, care and property management group has worked with the Scottish Government, local authority partners and other agencies to help tackle homelessness and rough sleepin

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart has called on social landlords to remain vigilant in their quest to keep their staff and tenants safe during the ever-changing landscape of coronavirus protection procedures. In a joint letter to RSLs with COSLA community wellbeing spokesperson Councillor Kelly Pa

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MSPs have backed calls from student groups for a rent refund from private student accommodation providers and universities for the month of January in light of the end to face-to-face teaching and the public health crisis.

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