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Salvo 38

Salvo 38

Column: Foreign Intel — Topic: ChristianitySalvo #38

Unmistaken Identity

The Secret Parentage of the Archbishop of Canterbury by Michael Cook


In events that seem inspired by the script of a B-grade film from the 1950s, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, the spiritual head of the world's Anglicans, has, at the age of 60, discovered that he is not who he thought he was.

After taking a DNA test to dispel rumours about his paternity, he learned that the rumours were true. His real father was the last private secretary of Winston Churchill, Sir Anthony Montague Browne.

His mother, Jane Gillian Portal, who also worked for Churchill, . . .


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