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Plymouth Brethren to lose tax relief as 'not doing any public good'


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Plymouth Brethren lose battle for tax relief in UK because 'they're doing no public good'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2234284/So-Christian-charity-Plymouth-Brethren-lose-battle-tax-relief-theyre-doing-public-good.html#ixzz2FFEHZUmY

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Other countries have questioned other faiths' tax status as we have reported on previously:http://www.jwtalk.net/forum/read.php?49,49279,120980#msg-120980

What happened for us in France could act as a good precedent if the Charities Commission/government try this on us in UK.

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Good point! Once again, our mighty king and head of the congregation directs his organization " . . .in the defending and legally establishing of the good news" (Philippians 1:7). No doubt to keep us safe through the final destruction of Babylon the Great.

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