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Dioceses Commission announces draft scheme
At its meeting on 26 September the Commission was able to
complete its consideration of all the submissions made to it on the
draft Reorganisation Scheme for the dioceses of Bradford, Ripon
& Leeds and Wakefield. It carefully considered the
representations made to it, both at this stage and earlier, and has
unanimously decided to proceed with a draft scheme bringing all
three dioceses together.
NEWS FROM THE OFFICE OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF
Fairness Commission Calls For Living Wage As Report Published
The York Fairness Commission today (Thursday 27th September) has
published its report on tackling inequality, poverty and unfairness
in York. For further information, see end of briefing or go to:
Today's press coverage
Times (T2) p3
Richard Morrison on "Pray for an anointed PR firm" with ref to
selection of new Archbishop of Canterbury
Evening Standard p23/BBC online/Daily Mail p10/Telegraph
p5,Leader p27/Independent p5
News reports on Ed Miliband's support for same sex marriages in
Daily Telegraph p1/Mirror p4/Daily Mail p7
Ongoing coverage of missing schoolgirl Megan Stammers with ref to
the CofE school she attends
"Church leadership in a time of change" with ref to CNC, from
Daily Telegraph p27 (scroll down)
"Mrs Canterbury" from Gillian Graham Dobson, Norfolk
Newspaper Web links with most or all stories -
Independent titles http://www.independent.co.uk
Sunday Mirror http://www.sundaymirror.co.uk
Sunday Times http://www.sunday-times.co.uk
Telegraph titles http://www.telegraph.co.uk
With some stories
Daily Express http://www.express.co.uk
Baptist Times http://www.baptist.org.uk/btnews.htm
Catholic Herald http://www.catholicherald.co.uk
Church Times http://www.churchtimes.co.uk/front.asp
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