Glasgow has been declared the workless Capital of the UK and the rest of Scotland presents a patchy picture when it comes to employment. Conservative MSP Alex Johnstone believes that if there is no work in Scotland's largest city then people should be prepared to move to where there is work.
Kaye asks: Is it time for Scotland's workless to get on their bike for work...again?
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And, traditionally, the Big Issue has been sold by homeless people and those at risk of homelessness, giving them a slice of the cover price.
Now, charities and community groups will be invited to sell the magazine to help them generate funds and reduce their reliance on grants.
It's part of a new deal with social enterprise KibbleWorks who will set up wholesale deals with organisations.
Kaye asks: Does it matter who sells you the Big Issue?
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