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Breaking down the barriers: Co-ops UK calls for evidence to lobby for change

'“Everywhere we look, we find polices and processes created solely with companies in mind ... Now it…

Renfrewshire credit unions merge as sector’s consolidation trend continues

Tail O' The Bank CU in Greenock says increased regulatory reporting and a lack of volunteers…

Cecop reveals policy manifesto ahead of EU elections

Cecop represents 40.000 co-operatives employing 1.3 million people

French rail operator Railcoop goes bust

The co-op went into administration in October 2023

Media Co-op wins award for short film about Scottish Co-operative Women’s Guild

'What we’ve learned from history is that when we work together, we can make a difference'

Retail co-ops welcome government’s plan for new law on retail crime

Soaring levels of violence against store workers prompted a long campaign by the Co-op Group and…

Birthplace of the Brontë sisters is now in community ownership

The house in Thornton, West Yorks, will be renovated and opened to the public in time…

Glasgow solar co-op launches community fund to honour city activist

The Cathy McCormack Community Activism Fund will draw on a £10,000 pot generated from rooftop solar

EU ambassadors agree new deal on Ukraine food imports

Copa and Cogeca described the revised deal as 'only a half step forward in the right…

Lincolnshire Co-op creates head of care role with focus on health and wellbeing

Alice Hare will look after the society’s pharmacy and funeral businesses

Co-op Group slashes debt and posts pre-tax profit of £28m

'Despite the continued challenging economic backdrop, we've delivered a world class sales performance with all our…

Community Ownership Fund: Fourth and final round open for applications

'So far, £71.4m has been awarded to 257 projects, enabling local people to take over community…