The new Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby has hit the headlines this week after criticising bankers. Archbishop Justin Welby, who was an oil executive on a six figure salary, quit the oil industry to become a man of the cloth in 1992 and was enthroned in February 2013, is well placed to criticised senior executives. The Archbishop also serves on the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards thus is insightful on banking matters.
Just a few words to wish readers of this blog, a very Happy and Peaceful Easter. There are some very interesting blogs lined up in the coming weeks and I hope that you will continue to carry on reading as you have done since this blog started.
Happy Easter, enjoy the weather and enjoy some Pimm’s!
I want to take this time to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous new year. To coincide with the new year this website is going to have a whole new look, a new layout and even a new domain! The new website will have all the best bits plus more! As ever there will be excellent guest blogs on a variety of subjects that you – the reader will hopefully find engaging and interesting. And I’ll be continuing to blog and write around current affairs.
I wish you all well.
I would like to wish all readers of this blog a very safe and happy Easter. The website is going to be having a ‘rejig’ and there are lots of exciting updates etc that are taking place. There are also lots of important dates and events coming up such as local and Mayoral elections on May 3rd which I will be blogging about and not forgetting the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. I’ll be doing some blogging and work around the police service and assessing the impact of cuts to the front line.
As ever if there is something you would like to see more of please get in touch. Thanks for reading the blog, now you can go and enjoy some Easter eggs!
2011 has been an incredible year both here in Britain and in countries across the world. As we approach the Christmas holidays we stop to pause and remember those less fortunate than ourselves. We too remember the fantastic work that charities are doing throughout the holidays to help the poor, the sick and the needy.
I would like to wish all of the readers of this blog a very Merry Christmas and a very happy and prosperous new year. It’s been a fantastic year and the number of people reading the blog is significantly higher than in 2010. If you have any ideas for the site or want to write a ‘guest blog’ then please get in touch. Here’s hoping you have a fantastic 2012.