Tag Archives: Archbishop of Canterbury

A good view by Prince Charles to stop using Rwanda


There are far too many damaging decisions that have emerged from the current Government which many of us would like to bring to an end. Writing tweets or other social media settings or blogs or signing petitions are of course … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday – Pray for Peace


As the Archbishop of Canterbury explained in the beginning of his speech last Friday in the House of Lords “We are all invited to join Pope Francis in making Ash Wednesday—next Wednesday—a day of fasting and prayer for peace.” I have provided more … Continue reading

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Life after Davos for Mrs May


Our Prime Minister has just returned from a cozy retreat in Davos, Switzerland at the World Economic Forum. She was not alone, joining leaders of other countries and the CEOs of very large companies, some celebrities and CEOs of a … Continue reading

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Questionable Financial Judgement


As a sophisticated economy, UK consumers have access to a number of mechanisms to help us manage our finances and the unexpected or unplanned demand which we face throughout our lifetimes. Some of these mechanisms are very crude and damaging, … Continue reading

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Good communication is only the start


As I wrote yesterday, the announcement via interview by the Archbishop of Canterbury that he intended to do Wonga out of business appeared to lack a certain amount of planning. After I had posted my blog I travelled to Hove Town … Continue reading

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Great idea, but not a good start


Justin Welby has clearly applied a great deal of energy to the role of Archbishop of Canterbury, his ability to speak the language of banking is very welcome in the context of a national debate which tends to either relentlessly ridicule all bankers or gently scold them in … Continue reading

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