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August 18th 2017
| by Elly

“Big changes do take time but in the long term we know that the new system will improve our efficiency of operations"

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August 4th 2017
| by Elly

The Salvation Army’s Lee Ball responds to the UK Drug Strategy 2017 released last month.

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July 6th 2017
| by Joss

In light of the recent report by Responsible Robotics The Salvation Army has released the following statement on the possible impact of the availability of ‘sexbots’ on the demand for victims of sexual exploitation. 

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June 12th 2017
| by Joss

Following the election and Theresa May's appointment of a new cabinet, The Salvation Army welcomes the new government.

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May 23rd 2017
| by emily

The Salvation Army's emergency response team in Manchester were called to support emergency services following an attack at the Manchester Arena last night.

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May 5th 2017
| by Joss

We call on the political parties in the UK to consider three key areas to treat as priorities within their manifestos for the next government:

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November 7th 2016
| by Elly

“We are concerned by the new cap to benefit allowance and its possible negative effects on people who are vulnerable."

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March 30th 2016
| by Kirsten

We have seen first-hand the positive benefits people gain from being in work, volunteering or taking part in a work-experience placement

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January 15th 2016
| by Joss

We oppose any discrimination, marginalisation or persecution of any person. We find no scriptural support for demeaning or mistreating anyone for any reason. ​Anyone who comes to The Salvation Army will receive assistance based solely on their need and our capacity to provide help. We work with people who are vulnerable and marginalised across the world, and offer very practical help, unconditional assistance and support regardless of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.

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January 1st 2016
| by Joss

We created a special outfit for Paul to wear while he marched with the band. The Salvation Army uniform is an expression of faith and commitment to the Church and its beliefs. It is not possible for anyone to wear the uniform until they sign up to these commitments in the form of becoming a soldier. A soldier makes a declaration that he or she will not drink alcohol, gamble or have sex outside of marriage. Once that declaration is made they are entitled to wear the uniform.

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