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  • ==Plymouth/Exclusive Brethren== In December 2012 Mr Flynn proposed [[Early Day Motion]] 873: Exclusive Brethren and Charity Status which stated:
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  • ...ding family<ref>http://paulflynnmp.typepad.com/my_weblog/2012/11/exclusive-brethren-the-whole-truth.html</ref>. When asked for examples of acts in the public b ...of life and this has the consequence of limiting their engagement with non-Brethren and the wider public. The evidence we were given showed that the doctrine o
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  • ==Plymouth Brethren and the Charity Commission== In July 2012 Mr Halfon proposed [[Early Day Motion]] 398: Brethren Churches and the Charities Commission which stated:
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  • ==Plymouth Brethren and the Charity Commission==
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  • ===Plymouth Brethren and the Charity Commission=== In July 2012 Ms Bruce signed [[Early Day Motion]] 398: Brethren Churches and the Charities Commission, which stated:
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  • ==Plymouth Brethren and the Charity Commission==
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  • ...Charities Act 2006. In October 2012 they questioned Elders of the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church, whose Preston Down Trust had been refused charitable stat ...a number of denominations under the banner of the Exclusive/Open/Plymouth Brethren with a shared history but differing doctrines. Some of the denominations ha
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  • ==Plymouth Brethren and the Charity Commission==
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  • ==Plymouth Brethren and the Charity Commission==
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