Food poverty fight vicar targets PM

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A Mansfield vicar who fasted for 40 days to highlight food poverty in the UK has met up with Prime Minister David Cameron.

Rev Keith Hebden, vicar of St Mark’s, in Nottingham Road, met Mr Cameron at the weekend, to press the Government to make work and welfare pay, and to tackle the rising cost of food.

The End Hunger Fast campaigner was joined by the Bishop of Oxford, the Rt Rev John Pritchard.


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