Sunday, 21 December 2003

Sunday papers

The Sunday Times reports, Williams voices doubt on terror detentions, that

Rowan Williams has entered the growing row over the detention without trial of terrorism suspects. He fears the alienation of moderate Muslims in Britain.
Speaking in advance of his first Christmas Day sermon as archbishop, he has given a warning that the imprisonment of suspects at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and in Belmarsh prison, south London, may be sending out the wrong message.

The BBC carries a similar story Archbishop to denounce terror law. (Note: the BBC subsequently posted a revision of this story to include the reaction of the Home Secretary, changing the headline to: Blunkett rebuts terror criticism)

The Sunday Telegraph has Revealed: the medieval church fresco depicting Judgment Day in Coventry

For the major feature in the Observer today, see the TA blog

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Sunday, 21 December 2003 at 3:22 PM GMT | TrackBack
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