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Daily Media Briefing: Friday 9 November 2012

Good Morning from the Church of England Communications Office

Daily Briefing for Friday 9th November 2012

Issued at 09.25 by lh

Margery Kempe, mystic, c.1440
Tomorrow: Leo the Great, bishop, teacher of the faith, 461

Today's press coverage

Times pp1/2 (leader)/8 (Lucy Bannerman)/9/10/32 (Diarmaid MacCulloch); FT pp1/3 (Helen Warrell/Chris Tighe)/14 (leader) ; D Tel p7/28 (Fraser Nelson)/29 (leader); Gdn p7 (Andrew Brown/Lizzy Davies)/38 (Stephen Bates)/40 (leader); Sun p8; D Mail pp8/14 (leader)/19 (Ephraim Hardcastle)/80 (City Focus: James Salmon); D Mirror pp8 (leader); Ind p13 (Cahal Milmo)/16 (George Pitcher; leader) (i pp14/30 (Cahal Milmo)/31 (George Pitcher); D Exp p21 (Hickey); E Std pp14 (leader)/17 (Londoner's Diary); Wall Street Journal (Europe) pp2/5; City AM pp2/3; Metro p4
Increasingly confident speculation about identity of new Abp of Canterbury (appointment to be announced 11am today).

E Std p1; FT p3; D Tel p7; Times p8; D Mail p8; D Mirror p15
Reports about alleged 'insider' betting on Canterbury appointment

D Tel 30 (Clive Aslet)
Piece about the Scrap Metal Dealers Bill.

D Tel p12 (Mandrake: Tim Walker)
Diary piece about Abp of York's Sun column.

Metro p17
Short report that St Mary's, Baldock has been prevented from ringing its bells on Christmas morning because of a single complaint.

D Tel p29, about the Scrap Metal Dealers Bill, from the Bp of London; and about the appointment of the Abp of Canterbury, from Canon Alan Hughes (scroll down)
Ind p18, ditto, from Ivor Morgan; and Phil Mason. (scroll down)

Times p65: Archbishop Faustino Sainz Munoz, Papal Nuncio to Britain.


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