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Rowan Williams: no one voted for coalition policies

The Guardian, 9 June 2011
Publié le : 9 juin 2011
 Patrick Wintour 

"Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, has issued a broadside against the coalition government, claiming it is forcing through "radical policies for which no one voted".

"He also challenges the 'big society' project and criticises the government for continuing to blame the country's difficulties entirely on the deficit it inherited from Labour.

"The comments come in an editorial he has written as guest editor of this week's New Statesman magazine. Full extracts are not available , but Williams says the "anxiety and anger" felt by voters is a result of the coalition's failure to expose its policies to "proper public argument"."

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