Jessica Morden

Labour Candidate for Newport East

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Hunger for Justice Service at Caldicot Methodist Church

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Yesterday I had the pleasure of joining the Christian Aid Hunger for Justice service at Caldicot Methodist Church.

The service was led by Preben Andersen with a thoughtful contribution from Mari McNeill on the impact of climate change on the world's poorest countries. The Hunger for Justice campaign asks congregations to lobby their MP to ensure there is a strong emphasis on tackling climate change in the manifestos for next year's general election.

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