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Given their substantial shareholdings in Tesco and other supermarkets, the Church Commissioner's probably won't be there.
Update 21st Jan: A few people have been in touch saying they would be interested to know how many bishops in the Lords went to public schools.
Some good news for the Church of England (and the Methodist Church) at last it seems with regard to its investments.
Another case of the Christian Legal Centre making things worse it seems, with the misleading claim in a press release that a Christian teacher has been sacked for offering to pray for a sick girl.
It seems we have had a run of scoops on the Ekklesia web site in the last couple of weeks.
Last Friday we drew attention to the UK Border Agency's Christmas Card which was sent to us by an agency that works with asylum seekers and refugees.
The internal appeal at Wandsworth Council of Duke Amachree, the homelessness prevention officer who was sacked after allegations around his behaviour toward a woman with an incurable condition, took place last night.
It's appropriate with all that's going on at Copenhagen right now that Bruce Clarke at The Economist has just directed my attention to two short visual essays by American film-maker, Steven Ounanian.
If anyone wonders what Bishops get up to in the Second Chamber, then they should read the exchange in the House of Lords yesterday during a debate on the use of titles.
Having posted an outrageous Christmas Card from the Home Office, it is only right that we make public the Christmas Card that we received from the Prime Minister.
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