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Plymouth Brethren trust to be registered as a charity

Plymouth Brethren trust to be registered as a charity

‘The Charity Commission decision also said that there were “elements of detriment and harm which emanated from the doctrine and practices of the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church” which had “a real danger of outweighing public benefit”, particularly the impact of its practices on those who left, and on children within the Brethren. However it said that the Brethren “acknowledged past mistakes, demonstrated a willingness to make amends and proposed to address these issues by amending its trust deed, clearly setting out its doctrine and practices, including highlighting the concept of showing compassion to others”.

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