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Chatting with an Anglican vicar last week I was fascinated to hear his views on how the Church could be the agent for social transformation. His understanding was that, as pews became established within churches the perception of these buildings changed from being community resources for the benefit of everyone to solely being places of worship.
This last month has seen a resurgence in activity on banking reform. In the space of a week we were privy to the publication of the Banking Commission’s long awaited report, the Chancellor’s Mansion House speech, and were informed of the departure of both Stephen Hester from RBS and Paul Tucker from the Bank of England.
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