Daily Briefing for Thursday 4th October 2012
Issued at 09.15 by lh
Times p23 Report of Commissary (Consistory) Court
proceedings in Canterbury diocese about unapproved use of
substitute roofing material after four thefts of the lead. http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/faith/article3557607.ece
E Std p15 (Andrew Neather) Diary-type piece about
appointment of a new Abp of Canterbury.
D Mail p14 (leader) Editorial on BBC "double standards" in
relation to alleged sex abuse by the late Jimmy Savile and by
D Mirror p35 Report that the special Christmas and Easter
editions of Songs of Praise are both to be filmed this month.
Sun p2; Ind pp15 (Mary Ann Sieghart) (i p16)/25 (Joan Smith); D
Tel pp24 (Jemima Lewis)/26 (Alison Pearson) Reports/comment
on Maria Miller's views on abortion time-limit.
D Tel p21; Gdn p24; Ind p31 (i p19); Times p36 Further
coverage of trial of Pope's former butler for theft of confidential
Times p29, about issues likely to face any incoming Abp of
Canterbury, from Canon Dr Gavin Ashenden; and Anthony Jennings
(Save Our Parsonages)
; and about Jewish unity and the place of the C of E among other
Christian Churches, from Jon Cohen
Gdn p35, about abortion time-limits, from Tim Matthews
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