Church of England welcomes outlawing of cash for scrap

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Anne Sloman, Chair of the Church of England's Cathedral and Church Buildings Council, said: "This is excellent news. The Church has campaigned for a long time for legislation to outlaw cash transactions for scrap metal. We are still suffering the theft of lead from 10 church roofs a day, and every weapon the Government and the police can use to help us combat this crime is greatly to be welcomed."

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