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Government to consult faith groups

by Ed Beavan

THE Labour Party has launched a new consultation aimed at re-connecting with faith communities and churches across the country.

The Believing for a Better Britain consultation will canvass the views of faith groups across the country, which will then be considered for the party’s next General Election manifesto.

The consultation will be headed by the Revd Malcolm Duncan, leader of the Faithworks movement, a Christian network that encourages ...

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