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New minister

May 25th 2009
Shelter Scotland praised the contribution former Communities Minister Stewart Maxwell has made following the news he has been replaced in a government reshuffle. The charity also welcomed the appointment of Alex Neil as new Communities Minister - urging him to breathe new life into Scotland's internationally acclaimed housing target. Graeme Brown, Shelter's Director, said: "Stewart Maxwell has shown strong commitment to his portfolio during his time as Communities Minister. Alex Neil comes with a strong track record campaigning on social justice issues. I am sure he will want to make ending homelessness in Scotland by 2012 his top priority."

March 2009



I've had enough

The Crisis letter

Drugs - part 1

Drugs - part 2

Fifteen below

Homeless men charged with murder


Counting heads in the cold

Attack at Whitechapel Mission

Street drinking measures spread

Spike Surplus shut down

Man burnt in a bag

Look Ahead

Repossessions on the rise

Gambling clinic opened

Toxic Terry on Facebook

Credit crunch munch

Holmes and the homeless

Hope for homeless inpatients

Close for comfort?

Concerned citizens

New minister

One in 30 young Scots homeless

Private Sector Leasing

Roughing it in Renfrewshire

Street Shield 3: The Demon Drink!


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