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He added: 'And I would say to the bishops, I hope they would welcome that because it does bring dignity, it does bring self reliance, it does enable people to provide for their families, it creates a stronger society as well as a stronger economy.'His remarks signalled deep unhappiness in Downing Street over a major departure for the Cof E, which has never before tried to swing public opinion in advance of an election, and a radical turn for the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby.Yesterday's document, published in the name of the Cof E's 51-member House of Bishops, called for continued membership of the EU, a re-think of the nuclear deterrent, and the end of the first-past-the-post voting system.And potent 'skunk-like' cannabis was this week linked to 24 per cent of new psychosis cases in a study by King's College London.

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'The Government is to be commended for committing 0.7 per cent of GDP to overseas aid when budgets have been hard pressed.

For any party to abandon or reduce this commitment would be globally irresponsible.'A rare pat on the back for David Cameron but a rebuke to Tory backbenchers, who want to scrap a commitment they feel is morally unsustainable at a time of cuts at home.

It says: 'This is why the Church of England has backed the concept of the Living Wage - an agreement with employers to ensure that all their staff earn a modest hourly rate that is sufficient for a full time worker to live decently.''Thatcher's market revolution emphasised individualism, consumerism and the importance of the corporate sector to the extent that, far from returning to Victorian notions of social responsibility, the paradigm for all relationships became competitive individualism, consumption and the commercial contract, fragmenting social solidarity at many levels.'At a time when Ed Miliband is promoting a doubling of paternity leave to help families, and following the Tory promise to introduce tax breaks for marriage, the document had little to say about supporting the family.

It suggested families need 'networks of friendship, neighbourliness and mutual support' around them, and that this might be provided by 'intermediate' organisations such as housing associations, credit unions, or the Church itself. , called for a new vision in politics to move the country on from the welfare state introduced by Labour after 1945 or Lady Thatcher's drive to break the grip of the unions after 1979.'Thatcher's market revolution emphasised individualism, consumerism and the importance of the corporate sector to the extent that, far from returning to Victorian notions of social responsibility, the paradigm for all relationships became competitive individualism, consumption and the commercial contract, fragmenting social solidarity at many levels,' it said.'We are creating many, many more jobs. We're cutting taxes by saying you can earn £10,000 before you start paying any income tax at all and we've created an economy with genuine growth, real jobs and real security.'Feeds directly into Ed Miliband's narrative about the cost of living crisis and zero-hours contracts.

Yet the Church apparently no longer considers the family – the bedrock of a stable society – to be a priority.

Children are being exposed at ever younger ages to harmful and degrading sexual imagery on the internet.Like the Two Eds, the bishops cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the Coalition's biggest achievement – creating 1,000 jobs a day.Far from 'not rising as high' as predicted, unemployment has in fact fallen to its lowest level for six years.A year ago, I was at a friend's party when I began to feel shaky and faint.I was talking to people but their words did not compute, my vision was blurred, my muscles ached and my limbs felt weak.Their pro-EU stance is enthusiastically shared by Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband.

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