Archive for December 15th, 2014

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I’ve reblogged pieces here from charity workers, such as Foodbank Helper and others, who are at the sharp end of supplying food to the desperate victims of the Tories’ benefit cuts. Last night my parents heard from charity workers in Bristol about the massive growth in poverty and demand for food there. My parents had gone to the Christingle service at our local church. Amongst the carols and festive performances celebrating the coming of our Lord was a speaker from the Crisis Centre, a charity working in Stapleton Road.

Stapleton Road is in Bristol’s deprived inner city. It’s a multicultural area, which unfortunately has been plagued by poverty, prostitution, drugs and gun crime. A few years ago it was in the news because of a series of killings due to a turf war between different sets of drug gangs. It was stated on the local news that there was a…

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