July 2019 edition (Nr. 106)
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Some schools have already broken up for the summer, Parliament will soon be in recess and we hope that you too will be able to have some time to rest, recuperate and enjoy some relief from regular commitments over the next few weeks.
With the UK in the throes of a Conservative leadership contest, we’re expecting that the political currents will continue to experience some turbulence despite the holidays, and the Joint Public issues Team will have plenty to keep us occupied too, as we finalise preparations for our workshops at Greenbelt Festival in August.Information supplied by Hannah & Roo, editors
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May 2019 edition
Elections — Nuclear Weapon Protest — Climate Emergency Declaration — Universal Credit Sanctions Rethink… like buses, you wait for a hot topic to come along and then a fleet of them come along at once! Over the past few weeks, the UK news has been full of reports of activists and politicians engaged with public concerns and our team has been as busy as ever, passionately representing our four Churches in a wide spectrum of issues around justice and peace. I hope you’ve managed to catch some of our work and that it has equipped and inspired you to take action.Hannah and Roo, JPIT Newsletter Editors
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