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Blog 0614 spikes
A STEP FOR A PILLOW ISN'T MUCH BETTER THAN SPIKES FOR A MATTRESS
The issue of homelessness has been all over social media over the last few weeks with one image shared over 100,000 times. I'm sure you've seen it. Spikes installed to prevent rough sleepers spending the night in a doorway. More ...
Tom Bray
Blog 0614 Prayer Breakfast
PARLIAMENTARY PRAYER BREAKFAST
Quoting from The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby began his address to the National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast earlier this week with: “I hope and pray [the Church] will never just be useful – what a dreadful More ...
Natalie Williams
Blog 0614 Breadline Kids
OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES
No rehearsed party line, no clever rhetoric, no agenda, just this from a hungry 10-year-old: “It shouldn’t be like this. All people should have food.” Last night’s Breadline Kids on Channel 4 made for uncomfortable viewing, even for someone involved More ...
Natalie Williams
Blog 0511 People
98 MILLION HOURS
This week is Volunteers’ Week – it’s actually the 30th year of this annual celebration of the contribution made by millions of volunteers across the UK. Its purpose is to recognise and honour the commitment and sacrifice of people from all backgrounds More ...
Natalie Williams
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The Sidelined
As a result of Brexit, there are many people feeling disempowered. Whether they feel unheard or just angry at the situation, the outcome of disempowerment is the same. More ...
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