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Brentwood welcomes Steven Webb as Director of Development
Brentwood welcomes Steven Webb as Director of Development

The Diocese of Brentwood has appointed Steven Webb as Director of Development for a three-year fixed period. Currently director of the Brentwood Catholic Children's Society, Steven will facilitate a time of discernment, decision making and change for the Diocese, as it seeks to make best use of its resources to spread the Gospel and to offer the best possible pastoral support to Catholics across Essex and East London. His role will involve the design and management of a diocesan change plan involving clergy, lay people and other stakeholders.

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 Five new Trustees for CSAN
Five new Trustees for CSAN

The Trustees of CSAN (Caritas Social Action Network) have welcomed five new members to the Board. Steven Webb, Sarah Teather MP, Liz Dodds and Bishop Tom Williams join the new Chair, Bishop Terry Drainey, on the charity’s Board of Trustees. Naturally, all have a commitment to social justice and action. Steven Webb is the Director of the Brentwood Catholic Children’s Society and Liz Dodds sat on the senior management team and now acts as a Trustee of Nugent Care;  Sarah Teather MP, has served as a Member of Parliament in inner London for 11 years

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Leading Catholic charities say UK 'cannot afford poverty'
Leading Catholic charities say UK 'cannot afford poverty'
Thirteen leading Catholic charities have voiced their concerns that recent changes to the benefit system, which aim to reduce welfare expenditure, will actually incur significant costs to the public purse as domestic poverty levels rise. In an open letter to the Chair of the House of Common’s Public Accounts Committee, the Chief Executives of the thirteen charities have called upon the cross-party parliamentary committee to investigate the impact of the Government’s welfare reforms upon public expenditure.
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