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When the old fear being ‘put down’

Obama-care is alarming to those who would gain most from it, says Harriet Baber

MY FUTURE husband being British, I flew to the UK to be married, in Christ Church, Swindon.

We were poor students; so we flew on a charter flight that landed somewhere in Continental Europe, and then popped across the Channel to an airstrip in East Anglia. From there, a bus would take us to London, where we could get the train to the West.

I had fallen asleep on the plane in my hard contact lenses, and by the time the bus set off I knew I was in trouble. I had ...

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Tales from the church bread line

Tales from the church bread line

Kieran Dodds photographed and listened to three foodbank users  Read More

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Faith and climate reach outwards

Religion and approaches to the earth are not just inner concerns, argues Andrew Davison  Read More

Wed 1 Jul 15 @ 17:08
Tales from the church bread line - three people helped out of debt talked to Rebecca Paveley http://t.co/GKMrehjulD http://t.co/SE4MVvfHdQ

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New home, new friends? Retirement housing has come a long way, reports Jemima Thackray http://t.co/07sJBZJwdb http://t.co/voFE4aQKtr