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Church Army change lacks consultation

From Captain George Bradbrook CA

Sir, — As a retired Church Army evangelist, I was deeply disturbed by your interview (Features, 13 February) with Mark Russell, the present CEO of Church Army. It seems his youth has shown itself by his effort to steamroller through his ideas for the future of Church Army.

I was amazed to read that we, the members of the society, had voted to become an ...

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