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Woes For Such Farcical Pantomime?
Posted on May 4, 2023 by Daniel Kemp
I believe I’m correct in saying that when crowned as King, this weekend coming, Prince Charles, will become ‘the supreme governor’ of the Church of England. As the latest head of the British monarchy, he, alongside the Archbishop of Canterbury, … Continue reading →
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