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An election of peace, good will, and hope? 

Following the decision to hold a General Election on 12 December, I spoke to Church Times.

"We clearly need an election, because we have a minority Government unable and unwilling to govern properly.

“The Government is also determined to avoid finding a cross-party consensus on Brexit. Our hope is that we see a Labour Government, with its commitment to giving people a choice between a Brexit deal in the national interest and remaining in the European Union

"Christmas is the season of peace and good will to all.
“Christmas is also about hope. This country needs an election conducted in the spirit of peace, good will, and hope

Talking to Church Times, 31/10/2019

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