Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Right to Talking Squit.

James Spencer, after he informed us that he voted for the party that not only wants the country to do something akin to breaking with Rome but also have a policy akin to the desolation of the monasteries, (I wonder … Continue reading

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Sudanese woman sentenced to death for being a Christian: Back Amnesty Campaign.

Originally posted on Tendance Coatesy:
? Back Amnesty Campaign to Stop Execution.. Sudanese woman sentenced to death for being a Christian: Is this a modern day witch hunt? Meriam Ibrahim is on death row in Sudan for refusing to renounce…

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On Modern Slavery

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British Foreign Secretary shocked and appalled by the death of Farzana Parveen

British Foreign Secretary, William Hague says he is shocked and appalled by the death of Farzana Parveen. He said I am shocked and appalled by the death of Farzana Parveen, a pregnant Pakistani woman who was murdered by her own … Continue reading

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Home for Good: the UK tour

WHO ARE HOME FOR GOOD? Home for Good are building a Suffolk wide network with hubs of support and promotion in Ipswich, Bury and Lowestoft. Their aim is to reach out to all Ipswich Churches and get them to consider … Continue reading

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Response to Tweets by Luke Cresswell

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CHAINCHECKER: The First Step to Tackling Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain

Human trafficking is not a straightforward challenge for a business, regardless of its size. Businesses are often unaware of the unethical and sometimes criminal behaviour of others in their supply chain and the legal, reputational and operational risks associated. Even … Continue reading

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