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Thursday, September 07, 2017

Welby Bleats, Yet The Church Doesn't Pay Tax!

I see that the Archbishop of Canterbury is bleating about the economy.

As per Sky News seemingly Britain's economic model is "broken" and the nation is at a "watershed moment", the Archbishop of Canterbury has warned as Britons face the longest period of stalling wage growth for 150 years.

The Rt Rev Justin Welby said "fundamental reform" on the scale of the 1940s and 1980s is required in a report.
"Our economic model is broken. Britain stands at a watershed moment where we need to make fundamental choices about the sort of economy we need.

We are failing those who will grow up into a world where the gap between the richest and poorest parts of the country is significant and destabilising.
This is, therefore, the moment for new, radical policy options to be debated."
Here's a radical policy suggestion, make the Church of England pay tax!

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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous6:17 PM

    Justin Welby gets £76,000 a year in salary which is topped up with £1.5 million to pay his staff, £85,000 for office expenses, £36,500 for travel costs and £14,800 for ‘house running’.

    I am not sure what ‘house running’ means as he spends his time in one of his two palaces, Lambeth and Old Palace, Canterbury.

    He is also a member of the House of Lords, picking up £300 for every visit there.

    He also praises a guy who wore rags and flip-flops, rode around on a donkey and had absolutely no money.