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The Clergy Discipline (Amendment) Measure Motion, which is supposed to bring the employment rights of clergy more in line with people employed by secular employers was sponsored in the House of Lords by none other than the Bishop of Newcastle. He was the man who sacked me without any due process following over eight years of blatantly discriminating against me because I had previously suffered from depression. This was an act of hateful ignorance that would have been illegal if the church was subject to secular employment law. Hypocritical, two-faced b***ard!

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    • He’s a cynical, cold hearted man who is nothing more than a immoral businessman. Listening to his sermons is like listening to Tillich on one of his more unbelieving days. I have absolutely no idea why he went into the Church and the fact that he has prospered is a condemnation of the old boy network that promotes with no regard for the fact that the clergy’s jobs at all levels is primarily pastoral, not administrative.

  1. In Australia, the late Jim Glennon (author of two books on healing) had suffered from depression so profound that he said death would have been a welcome event. He was made canon of St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney.