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Something to say for themselves

Glyn Paflin

by Glyn Paflin

Posted: 08 Feb 2013 @ 12:13

The Church Times's columnists have given the paper part of its character. Glyn Paflin  brings back some voices from the past

COLUMNISTS! Hats off to them! Aren't you just sick of them? The Church Times has had its share; but for most of its history it appointed them sparingly - and none of them has been as inconsistently contrarian as Private Eye's Glenda Slagg.

Their main advantage editorially is that, if they are chosen well, their copy arrives regularly and on time, and to a predictably high standard, and they gain a following. To the readers, they seem closely associated with the ...

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