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Prince Charles condemns IS persecution of Middle East Christians by Gavin Drake THE Prince of Wales has issued a strong condemnation of the so-called Islamic State (IS) and suggested that more should be done to assist those fleeing the violence. Speaking to members of the Iraqi Chaldean church in London this morning, Prince Charles asked whether there was “a duty …

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This is the text of the response to an open letter from the “Research Group” by John Langlois, chairman of the panel set up by Avanti Ministries Limited to investigate certain allegations made against Tony Anthony I thank the Members of the Research Group for their kind words to the Panel members. The task was exceedingly onerous, time-consuming and frustrating. …

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This is the text of an open letter from the ‘Research Group’ to Dr John Langlois OBE, Chairman of the official inquiry into Tony Anthony and Avanti Ministries. August 21st 2013 Dear Dr Langlois, We wish to express our thanks to you and your fellow panel members for agreeing to conduct the inquiry into Tony Anthony and Avanti Ministries subsequent to …

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Praying for the peace of Jerusalem as fresh talks start by Gavin Drake Fresh talks aimed at reaching a permanent peace agreement in the Holy Land have begun under the sponsorship of the United States’ government. The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, convened talks in Washington this week between Dr Saeb Erekat of the Palestinian Authority and Israeli Justice …

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Jerusalem bishop outlines plans for diocesan development by Gavin Drake The Bishop of Jerusalem, the Rt Revd Suheil Dawani, has outlined plans for a £33 million British Pounds (US$ 50 million) development plan for the his diocese and is seeking the views of the wider Anglican Communion as the proposals take shape. The diocese has 7,000 members in 24 parishes …

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Cathedral prepares to receive King’s body by Gavin Drake The burial of a King is usually a significant event: full of pomp and pageantry, ritual and ceremony. And the same will be true when England buries its King in Leicester Cathedral in the coming months – despite the fact that the King in question, Richard III, died more than 500 …

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