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Church of England embarrassed over living wage

Last week, the Bishops of the Church of England released a 56-page letter engaging with political and social issues ahead of the May General Election. One of the issues addressed was that of a Living Wage, an amount calculated annually according to the cost of living in the UK, according to the Living Wage Foundation. In its pastoral letter, the House of Bishops said,

113 This is why the Church of England has backed the concept of the Living Wage – […]

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