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The Big Question

This month’s question is: ‘What do we owe the people who are working on Christmas Day?’
The Rev Alistair Cumming, locum minister St Andrews in the Grange, Guernsey and Presbytery Clerk to Presbytery of England
David McPhie, reader, United Church of Bute, Rothesay

“’What shift are you working this year’, ‘Are you off for Christmas’, ‘I worked Christmas last year’.

“Words which will echo around the mess rooms and canteens of many of our police, fire and ambulance stations, hospitals, care homes and many many more places, as staff discuss who will be working over Christmas this year.

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