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April 25 2018 By dvirtue UK: Giles Fraser goes to Syria, and the Times denounces his 'moral decay'

It isn't that there is no truth: Aaronovitch is too brilliant to slander with total falsehood. It is that partial and potential truths are glued together with a stream of malignant ad hom. Giles Fraser goes to Syria, and by association he is murdering children and torturing dissidents; he is kissing Stalin and hugging Mussolini. Instead of gobbing on a framed portrait of Assad which hangs on the wall, he gazes out of the window and tweets pictures of detention centres and death camps.

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April 23 2018 By dvirtue UK: Bishop George Bell investigation dropped by Sussex Police

Sussex Police told the Daily Telegraph that they were no longer investigating a new allegation which was referred to them earlier this year.

A spokesman said the investigation "was completed in March 2018" and added "of course further police investigation or action is not possible as Bishop Bell died 60 years ago".

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April 12 2018 By dvirtue Bishops, blackmail and the child benefit cap

The bishops brazenly resort to blackmail, claiming that expectant mothers will go on an abortion binge because they cannot afford another baby. We, the stingy taxpayers, will be accomplices to murder because we snatch the gruel from the mouth of babes, while the blessed band of bishops, rabbis and imams nobly defend the virtuous cause of the welfare state.

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April 12 2018 By dvirtue Church of England Bishop says Failure to Redefine Marriage Leads to LGBTI Suicide

Bishop Bayes chairs the trustees of the Ozanne Foundation, which is campaigning for the Church of England to change its present, exclusive definition of marriage as between one man and one woman for life.

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April 02 2018 By dvirtue Archbishop of York facing police investigation over failure to report abuse

A memo from June 2013, seen by Christian Today, reveals that John Sentamu received Ineson's allegation but recommended 'no action' be taken. Instead he replied to Ineson offering his prayers 'at this difficult time'. Devamanikkan went on to live in Witney, Oxfordshire, before eventually being charged with three counts of buggery and three counts of indecent assault last year. However he committed suicide the day before he was due in court in June last year.

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March 28 2018 By dvirtue Martyn Percy's Marxist methodology in smearing orthodox Anglicans

Before responding to the main accusation that Dr Percy seeks to make, it is important first to highlight a serious lack of clarity in the above paragraph.

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March 28 2018 By dvirtue Sorry not enough, Archbishops' letter says after IICSA, and a survivor agrees

The IICSA hearing, which used the diocese of Chichester as a case study, has drawn out a string of both recent and historical failures to protect children and vulnerable adults in the Church, including failure to report abuse and respond appropriately to survivors.

A report on the Anglican investigation is expected by the end of the year.

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March 26 2018 By dvirtue Church 'overcompensated' for conservative stance on homosexuality by treating paedophile bishop lightly

The former archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, said elements of the Church had 'strong undercurrents of homosexuality' in his written evidence, according lead counsel Fiona Scolding QC. These were largely 'closeted', he told an independent inquiry into how the Church of England dealt with allegations of abuse.

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March 24 2018 By dvirtue Church of England made 'conscious effort to treat survivors badly', inquiry hears

It has heard heard damning evidence of the Church's culture of deference that meant allegations against priests went unreported, how the Church's attitude to homosexuality affected it's response to abuse, how clergy repeatedly burned potentially crucial files in the belief it was important to 'wipe the slate clean' and how child victims were made to feel responsible for their abuse.

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March 21 2018 By dvirtue Holiness in Exile

The call to submit comes for one reason and one reason only--for the Lord's sake.

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