The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Brits divided on reforms

Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams questioned the legitimacy of economic, criminal justice and health-care reforms proposed by British Prime Minister David Cameron, calling them "policies for which no one voted."

He dismissed Cameron's proposal for nonprofits to play a greater role in providing services as "painfully stale."

In response, Cameron said he could see nothing "good or moral" about passing national debts to the next generation and trapping people on welfare or in poorly performing schools.


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