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Tom Phillips, from Nailsea, near Bristol, celebrated his 100th birthday last weekend. Mr Phillips features in The Guinness Book of Records as the world's longest-serving chorister, having sung in the choir of St Andrew's, Backwell, for 92 years, having joined in 1913 at the age of eight

Welsh challenge Trident spending
REPLACING the Trident weapons system at a cost of £25 billion would be a "denial of our treaty ...

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Fri 30 Sep 16 @ 13:30
Educate for a new, uncertain future, @JustinWelby tells C of E schools https://t.co/WZJp1Lfiel

Fri 30 Sep 16 @ 12:48
.@JustinWelby praises Shimon Peres and warns of anti-semitism https://t.co/cJE9bXQrwW