Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster

Cardinal Vincent Congratulates Prime Minister David Cameron

Following the result of Thursday's General Election, Cardinal Vincent sent his congratulations to Prime Minister David Cameron, saying: 'I send my congratulations to Prime Minister David Cameron on the result of yesterday’s General Election. His new government faces many challenges, not least encouraging and sustaining economic growth and, at the same time, giving particular attention to the needs of the poorest people in our society today. The Catholic Church in England and Wales looks forward to working with the newly elected Parliament for the common good of all.'

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