The Bishops of the Church of England have written to the government criticising the abuse of Iraqis by coalition troops. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3852127.stm Interestingly, BBC tv news this morning were relating the story to 'the behaviour of British troops in Iraq', rather than the coalition, which is the slant given on their website. The Archbishop of Canterbury is a well-known pinko beardy sandal-wearing PC hand-wringer who has consistently opposed the war. IIRC he, like Bliar, was a CND member; Dr Williams is also a political appointee of Bliar's. This smells very much like pandering to the minorities again. Since the letter has apparently been written on behalf of all Anglican Bishops after they all met in Liverpol, I will be interested to see the Bishop to the Forces' view. What do the ARRSE padres think?