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Cat Smith: how should Christians respond to Covid retrictions ending?

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A Mucky Business with Tim Farron

It’s time for the next episode of A Mucky Business with the Christian MP Tim Farron.

This week he talks about taking the knee and racism in football, as well as what churches should do when the Covid restrictions, such as mask wearing, become guidance and not law.

The guest this week is Cat Smith, a Labour MP and Methodist, who shares her view on whether the church has been treated unfairly during Covid.

If you have any feedback, email farron@premier.org.uk

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Written by: Matt Weet

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