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22nd November 1996 at 00:00
A new chaplain to a Glasgow West End primary was giving his first address on the topic of friends and enemies. Summarising his well received message, he offered the upbeat advice: "The best way to get rid of your enemies is actually to turn them into your fr-" A little girl raised her hand. The chaplain recognised an opportunity for interactive learning: "Yes? So the best way to get rid of your enemies is to turn them into . . ."


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