The Scotsman reports that the number of Scottish businesses winning work from councils has dropped by almost a half in the past decade. This comes despite government reforms to increase local procurement. the Federation of Small Businesses Scotland Policy chair said that money that is spent locally stays local, bringing economic and social benefits way beyond the bottom line. He calls for the First Minister to set out robust new procurement measures in the Programme for Government. You can read the full story here.

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