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Commentary on social, economic and religious issues from a Christian worldview perspective. Faith and culture and economics are intertwined, Mark and Pete's analysis brings in their experience in the differing words of hard hitting business and caring pastoral church settings. Features a poem with each episode on the theme. Mark and Pete: a businessman and a pastor. Listen on Flame Radio 1521MW in NW England and podcasts on iTunes. Website: markandpete.comTwitter: @markandpete Continue Reading >>
Commentary on social, economic and religious issues from a Christian worldview perspective. Faith and culture and economics are intertwined, Mark and Pete's analysis brings in their experience in the differing words of hard hitting business and caring pastoral church settings. Features a poem with each episode on the theme. Mark and Pete: a businessman and a pastor. Listen on Flame Radio 1521MW in NW England and podcasts on iTunes. Website: markandpete.comTwitter: @markandpete << Show Less
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The increasing cost of the Kitkat Swiss food giant Nestle has warned that it will continue to raise the prices of its products because of the rising costs of food.The maker of KitKats and Nesquik increased prices by more than 5% in the first three months of the year.The price rise helped Nestle to report sales growth of 7.6% in the period.As costs rise, Nestle boss Mark Schneider said "further pricing and mitigating actions over the course of the year" will be required."We stepped up pricing in a responsible manner and saw sustained consumer demand," Mr Schneider added.Food prices worldwide are at their highest since records began 60 years ago, according to the UN Food price index.
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The increasing cost of the Kitkat Swiss food giant Nestle has warned that it will continue to raise the prices of its products because of the rising costs of food.The maker of KitKats and Nesquik increased prices by more than 5% in the first three months of the year.The price rise helped Nestle to report sales growth of 7.6% in the period.As costs rise, Nestle boss Mark Schneider said "further pricing and mitigating actions over the course of the year" will be required."We stepped up pricing in a responsible manner and saw sustained consumer demand," Mr Schneider added.Food prices worldwide are at their highest since records began 60 years ago, according to the UN Food price index.
Should Tyson Fury box again? Tyson Fury is coming back ... or is he? The WBC heavyweight world champion insisted he would be retiring after his sixth-round stoppage win over Dillian Whyte in April, but recently teased he would be persuaded to box again
The many Prime Ministers of Queen Elisabeth II The present Queen of England has been through quite a few Prime Ministers. With the prospect of a new one very soon, Mark and Pete do a review of she and they have done.
Ukraine Russia Deal (is it going against the grain?) Russian and Ukrainian officials have signed a deal to allow grain exports from Ukrainian Black Sea ports, as UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the agreement would help ease a global food crisis. Its this a good thing? Will it actually happen?
New Van Gogh painting discovered A new Vincent Van Gogh hidden self-portrait has been discovered in Scotland using X-ray As it prepared for an exhibit, the National Galleries of Scotland found a previously unknown self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, covered by glue and cardboard, on the back of another of his paintings.
Is mindfulness bad for our children? The truth is that Mindfulness for kids could be harmful, when they already live in the moment, the practice won’t improve your kids’ mental health – and it may even make things worse
Are climate protesters sticking to the wrong message Starting with the regular poem or "thought", Mark and Pete analyse the strange case of the sticky Constable. Are climate protesters and in particular "No More Oil" going to far?
Who should be the next UK Prime Minister? Starting with a poetic "though" as usual Mark and Pete analyse the state of play as candidates vie to be leader of the UK's Conservative party after the resignation of Boris Johnson, this will make the Prime Minister.
Strikes and more strikes: is the UK going back to the 1970s? Cancelled flights, proposed rail strikes and record-breaking petrol prices have thrown people's plans into disarray. These strikes strike us as very 1970's, and that's not good!
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