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Feeding Britain: a report sponsored by the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Charitable Trust

The Bishop of Truro has co-chaired an all-party parliamentary inquiry into hunger and poverty in Britain. Its report was released yesterday. In his introduction, the Rt Rev Tim Thornton writes,

It has been extraordinary to hear and meet people who are giving sacrificially of their time, talents and energy to serve their fellow human beings. In meeting them, we are reminded of the nature which is at the heart of who we are as people. It became clear throughout our Inquiry that the vast majority of people […]

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