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The Mail’s leaving present

by Andrew Brown

Posted: 02 Nov 2012 @ 12:24

I BLAME the Crown Nominations Commission (CNC). All of the papers had pieces ready for when the new Archbishop of Canterbury was announced, but the peg for them recedes into the future. There were rumours both that the CNC had met last week, and that it would meet on Monday this week. The excitement was clearly too much for the Daily Mail, which could delay no longer Martin Bashir's ejaculation on the comment pages. He did not ask whether this was the worst Archbishop of Canterbury ...

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