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Stories multi-layered as an onion

by Andrew Brown

Posted: 10 Jan 2014 @ 12:18

WHAT a wonderful week for clarifications! Jonathan Petre, in the Mail on Sunday, followed up his story last week with another, almost as ingenious, although lacking the fine touches that make a connoisseur smile. Getting a quote out of Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali to the effect that the Church of England is going to hell in a handcart is not really difficult or unexpected - even when there is no longer any hell for the handcart to land in. But making a story out of an old experimental ...

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