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Friday, 27 October 2006

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Rowan Williams in arch tin foil hat pose.

Lambeth Palacce, London - (Associated Mess): In a landmark ecclesiastical ruling the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has sided with the right of peddlers of any superstitious supernatural humbug to display the emblems and trophies of their personal conspiracy theories without drawing a veil over other people's perceived prejudices.

Posing in the ceremonial tin foil headgear of his own cult grouping, Williams told the press that if his personal iconic spiritual grand master had died while "taking a running jump off Beachy Head along with all the disciples" then it was not inconceivable that he might endorse the wearing of a lemming motif on a gold chain around the neck.

Similarly, if His demise had occured while driving a Lada up the MI on a foggy winter morning while chased by the Thought Police, then a crushed automobile pendant would be appropriate as a symbol of religious grouping.

But the debate continues.

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