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Saturday, 4 September 2010

Taxpayer should not fund Pope's visit

More than three quarters of Britons think the taxpayer should not contribute to the cost of Pope Benedict XVI's forthcoming visit to Scotland and England, according to a survey published today.

Although I currently live in Spain I'm still a UK tax payer and I agree with the majority.

Researchers when carrying out the survey also put 12 statements from the Pope's third encyclical letter on global development and the common good, 'Charity in Truth' to people taking part in the survey. Amongst many of his 'way off' beliefs he states 'Poverty is often produced by a rejection of God's love.' Oh come on! The majority of those questioned disagreed with the Pope's opinion.

Read the full article Taxpayer should not fund Pope's visit | Mail Online

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