making the switch?

posted by Kaihsu Tai on May 24th, 2006

The leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, gave a speech this week pressing all the right buttons for me: “Well-being can’t be measured by money or traded in markets. It’s about the beauty of our surroundings, the quality of our culture and, above all, the strength of our relationships.”

The Church of England released its Faithful Cities report this week: “For a just and equitable society, the gap between the very wealthy and the poor must be reduced.”

They should keep doing this.

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  1. On May 24, 2006 at 14:13 Dr Kaihsu Tai (Oxford, England) said:

    I am not one known to have good things to say about the United Kingdom’s citizenship test: Today’s Guardian brought one of the questions to my attention: “What is the Church of England and who is its head?” Apparently, the “correct” answer is neither “Jesus Christ” nor “Her Majesty The Queen”, but “the Archbishop of Canterbury”. Blame Bernard Crick.