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Abp. of Canterbury guest-edits The New Statesman

Thursday, June 09, 2011 at 7:53 pm
The Archbishop of Canterbury guest-edited The New Statesman this week, 9 June 2011. It is worth buying this edition of The New Statesman to read all the articles and gain the context for the debate.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury guest-edited The New Statesman this week, 9 June 2011. It is worth buying this edition of The New Statesman to read all the articles and gain the context for the debate. Looking forward to comments on this forum thread.

Rowan Williams, ‘The government needs to know how afraid people are’, Editorial, 9 June 2011

Philip Pullman, ‘on what he owes to the Church of England’, New Statesman, 9 June 2011

George Eaton, ‘Archbishop of Canterbury: No one voted for Coalition Policies’, New Statesman blog, 8 June 2011

Responses from the media so far include:

Andrew Brown, ‘Rowan Williams is not interested in party politics’, Comment is Free, Guardian, 9 June 2011

BBC, ‘David Cameron rejects Archbishop of Canterbury’s claims’ [and Bishop Tim Stevens backs them], including two video interviews with Cameron and Stevens.BBC site, 9 June 2011

Charles Moore, ‘Rowan Williams: Another Blast from on High’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 June 2011

Iain Duncan Smith, ‘PM Rejects Archbishop’s Criticism’ article including ITN video interview, The Independent, 9 June 2011

Rob Hastings, ‘Archbishop: No One Voted for Coalition Reforms’, The Independent, 9 June 2011

James Chapman and Steve Doughty, ‘Britain’s bishops at war: Catholic church head leads backlash after Archbishop of Canterbury’s attack on Coalition’, The Daily Mail, 10 June 2011

Helene Mulholland and Allegra Stratton, ‘David Cameron hits back at Rowan Williams over coalition criticism‘, The Guardian, 10 June 2011
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