Tuesday, 3 September 2013



- starting with trasparency at home. One of the agencies backing The Big If is CAFOD, an organisation funded by people who want to look like good churchgoers in order to get taxpayer-funded places for their children in exclusive schools! Unlike Oxfam, Action Aid or Christian Aid, CAFOD does not advocate contraception. Another charity with the same loyalty - Cardinal Hume Centre - advertised itself as helping the young street homeless of Westminster while providing grace and favour housing to people well connected with senior figures in failed african regimes. If Cardinal Hume Centre in London does that, how much more transparent does CAFOD need to be?

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