And she spoke of "the heroes in our emergency services, whose courage and dedication so inspired the nation in response to tragedy at Grenfell Tower and the abhorrent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London." MPs hit back at abusive Christmas messages Mrs May also praised volunteers who give up their time at Christmas to take on faith inspired projects, and aid agency staff working abroad. The prime minister, who grew up in a vicarage, added: "As we celebrate the birth of Christ, let us celebrate all those selfless acts - and countless most popular shopping sites others - that epitomise the values we share: Christian values of love, service and compassion that are lived out every day in our country by people all faiths and none." Mrs May referred to Christians in some parts of the Middle East being denied religious freedoms and the "sickening persecution of the Rohingya Muslims". She concluded: "This Christmas, whatever our faith, let us come together confident and united in the values we share." Mr Corbyn said Christmas was "a time of the year when we think about others. Like those who have no home to call their own or who are sleeping rough on our streets. "We think about those who feel cut off and lonely. Many older citizens to whom we owe so much will be spending what should be a time of joy alone. "We think of others such as carers who look after loved ones, people with disabilities or dementia." Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJeremy Corbyn delivers his Christmas message He said thoughts were also with those "living in nations like Yemen, Syria and Libya in fear of bombs and bullets, of injury and death". He said: "None of this is inevitable. We pride ourselves on being a compassionate nation. "My Christmas wish is that we all do more to help bring about the kind of society and world we want to live in." In her message, Ms Sturgeon said Christmas was a time of celebration, but also a "time for thinking about and helping others". The SNP leader added: "For many people - for example workers in our emergency services, our health service and in our armed forces - Christmas isn't a holiday at all.
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