From TLC to The Guardian
  • Thursday, November 8, 2012

Andrew Brown and Lizzy Davies write for The Guardian:

There are not many old Etonians who think that the biggest problems facing County Durham are “loan sharking and its consequent evils and very high youth unemployment”. There are not many oil company executives who would say that “the pay of many of our top executives in big hundred companies in the UK is outrageous and even obscene … We need to get to the point where there is a general recognition that being paid vast multiples of other people’s pay is not acceptable in a society that wishes to be happy and stable.” Yet Justin Welby, the old Etonian former oil trader who is to be the next archbishop of Canterbury, said all this and more in an interview with a fellow bishop in The Living Church, an American magazine, earlier this year.

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