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It’s not about methods, but context

by Paul Vallely

TO SEE ourselves as others see us: this week, I went to a private gather­ing of lawyers to discuss privacy, the press, and other issues central to the Leveson inquiry. Two interesting things hap­pened. It forced me to lift my head from scrutinising the day-to-day revelations of the inquiry to consider the strategic implications of all the jigsaw pieces that Leveson is laying out. And I discovered that you never really know exactly what you think until you are ...

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Thu 20 Oct 16 @ 19:09
RT @malcolmguitejust been sent the pdf of my comment piece on #Dylan and the #Nobel prize for the @ChurchTimes - look forward to the ensuing discussion!

Thu 20 Oct 16 @ 18:05
In tomorrow's Church Times: clowning with the Holy Fools, #OpusAnglicanum at the @V_and_A & we interview @PeteGreig