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I’m scared to admit to being a Tory in today’s C of E

Believe me, it’s not easy to be a Tory in today’s C of E

1 March 2014

9:00 AM

1 March 2014

9:00 AM

I am training for ordained ministry at a Church of England theological college. I am a trainee vicar, if you will. I am also a Conservative, which puts me in an extremely small minority and quite a tricky position. At my college, there are approximately 60 ordinands in full-time residential training.

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