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News & features published on 25 December 2011
Bishop of Southwark criticises coalition's housing benefit cuts

In his Christmas sermon the Bishop of Southwark, Rt Revd Christopher Chessun, has warned that in the coming year vulnerable people will fall through the safety net as a result of the Government's changes to housing benefit.

Midnight Mass from St George's Cathedral broadcast live on BBC One

Christmas Midnight Mass was broadcast live on BBC One from Southwark's Roman Catholic Cathedral on Saturday night.

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Tweets on 25 December 2011

Christmas Day recap: Bishop of Southwark uses Midnight Mass sermon to criticise coalition's housing benefit cuts

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St Thomas Street partially shut next 3 days for demolition of footbridge from London Bridge Station to Guy's Hospital

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Just published - Bishop of Southwark Xmas sermon: coalition's housing benefit cuts mean vulnerable people will suffer

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Merry Christmas, everyone

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RT @metpoliceuk: Our 500th incident at 0058 is a disturbance involving a female who had been ejected by staff from an SE1 nightclub #mpsXmas

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Just published - Midnight Mass from St George's Cathedral broadcast live on BBC One

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