Jess Hurd

Photographer
crisis

Happy Easter?


According to the Church of England 30 churches are closed every year. I couldn’t find the figure for the Catholic church but the number must be close to the number of pubs closing.

Maybe there is a correlation, perhaps Tesco is expanding their Faith range alongside the cheap booze?

Most likely the drop in church numbers is due to the return home of the Polish immigrant population and the horrific child sex abuse scandals that have hit the headlines this Easter.

Church for Sale in Dudley. West Midlands.

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1,000 Words – Tearsheet


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Put People First


On 28th March 35,000 marched through London as part of a global campaign to challenge the G20, ahead of their summit on the global financial crisis.


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The Pound Shop


Mark Thomas, comedian campaigns for The Bank of England to be renamed The Pound Shop. City of London.

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Zombies on Oxford Street


Zombie Voodoo march down Oxford St with a banker to hang at Tyburn. Government of the Dead. London.


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Canary Wharf


Canary Wharf with weather, East London.

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Capitalism Isn’t Working

Anti-Capitalists protest against the government’s bail-out of British banks. City of London.


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Oh Darling

Chancellor Alistair Darling arrives at Downing Street for an emergency meeting on the day he announces a 500 billion bailout for UK banks. London.


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