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The Pope’s divisions

by Andrew Brown

Posted: 04 Oct 2013 @ 12:05

HOW very strange the ways of public attention are. After all the fuss about Archbishop Welby's braggadocio over Wonga, when he promised to "compete it out of business", there was almost no coverage at all of the Church Commissioners' investment in a bank that might actually, in some small way, hope to do this.

I am trying to think why this should be. One answer is, of course, the party-conference season. Anyone with a serious interest in politics will be concentrating there, and on ...

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