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Pollingstation300x225Brexit: the nation decides
Britain has dramatically voted to change direction and leave the EU. So what now for our nation? We enter a period of profound uncertainty... more ...
Martin Charlesworth
Iain-Duncan-Smith-010A shock resignation
It’s rare for a political resignation to come as a shock, but that’s exactly what happened when Iain Duncan Smith stood down as Work and Pensions Secretary on Friday night. more ...
Natalie Williams and Martin Charlesworth
syrian family 300REFUGEES - CHURCHES ARE ALREADY ACTIVE AND READY TO DO MORE
We are seeing a refugee crisis across Europe. So far a relatively small number have arrived in the UK, but over the coming months the number is likely to increase dramatically. In December 2015, Jubilee+ launched a short survey to understand what actions more ...
Geoff Knott
Chris Mould seminar 300SEMINAR CTCC 2015 - SHRINKING STATE, GROWING CHALLENGE
The Trussell Trust has been among those at the forefront in addressing the impact of the recent recession on the poorest and most disadvantaged in the UK over the past few years. As the state pulls back on welfare provision, Chris Mould looks at how the more ...
Chris Mould
foodbank 300'FEEDING BRITAIN' REPORT - MARTIN CHARLESWORTH INTERVIEW 
On Monday 8th December, a report was published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger and Food Poverty in April 2014 entitled "Feeding Britain". The same day, Martin Charlesworth was interviewed by Jim Hawkins of BBC Radio Shropshire. more ...
Martin Charlesworth
Feeding Britain reportFEEDING BRITAIN - REPORT OF THE ALL-PARTY PARLIAMENTARY INQUIRY INTO HUNGER IN THE UK
An Inquiry was set up by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger and Food Poverty in April 2014 with the financial support from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Charitable Trust. They wanted to understand, among other things, the extent and geographic more ...
Geoff Knott
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