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- Charity Commission releases report on the SPCK/SSG Bookshops
- Final settlement with SSG worth “over a million pounds” (updated 12/10/2013)
- Freeholds Reclaimed, Disbursements and Pension Fund top-ups promised as SPCK settle dispute with SSG
- Philip Brewer files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in California
- Durham Cathedral Shop Employees win Redundancy Payout
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