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Media Watch, 1
Tuesday, September 28, 2004
The sight of the Church of England patronising the religion that will soon be dancing on its grave knocks Mark Steyn off his chair. He tries to improve on Rowan Williams's talent for self-satire. It's a very good try. And how come Christopher Johnson hasn't fisked it yet?
As go the Anglicans, so follow the Europeans:
Unfortunately, embracing Europe means embracing German corporatism, French public-service ethics, Belgian foreign policy, Swedish tax rates and Greek state pension liabilities which, by the year 2040, will account for 24 per cent of GDP.Later. Alright alright alright, you've done it already.