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Williams urges G20 to remember poor

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Gordon Brown will address a meeting at St Paul's Cathedral on the moral questions raised by the economic crisis. He will be joined by Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres. The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams discusses why religious leaders are urging the G20 not to forget their commitments to the world's poorest people during the recession.

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