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Press: To have and to hold

by Rachel Farmer, DCO for Southwell diocese

RECYCLING turned out to be a risky business this week. A Guardian exclusive on the Salvation Army’s “rag-trade millionaire” by Robert Booth (no relation, as far as I know, to the Victorian founder) suggested that one textile trader has earned almost £10 million in the past two years as his share of the Sally Army’s nationwide network of textile recycling banks.

The textile magnet, Nigel Hanger, said that it’s just business: “I am in business to make profit as best ...

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