Dermot Preston is a Jesuit priest serving the parish and the poor in Newcastle. He says of the experience: “Britain has become a yet-more fragmented place with strikes and industrial action, but the poor cannot strike or withdraw their labour to make their absence felt – they cling on, watching somewhat helplessly, as the powers of this world push them about like corks in a fast-flowing river.”
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Excerpt taken from Smiley Charity film Awards.