Church of England

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Abbreviation C of E, COE
Headquarters Church House, Westminster

The Church of England, abbreviated C of E of COE, is the state church of the United Kingdom. The Church of England had nothing to say when Muslims were accused of the 9/11 attack, but was quick to accuse Stephen Sizer of "anti-semitism" when he publicly questioned the official narrative about the events of September 11th, 2001.


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John Ainsworth-Davis14 March 192425 November 2013Author of a first person account of an alternative history in which Martin Bormann was rescued in a secret operation mounted by British Naval Intelligence.
Jonathan Aitken30 August 1942
Jeffrey Archer15 April 1940Perjurer, politician and apparently also failed armchair revolutionary.
Stanley Baldwin3 August 186714 December 1947
Arthur Balfour25 July 184819 March 1930
Ed Balls25 February 1967
Hugh Bayley9 January 1952
Ian Blair19 March 1953
Peter Bottomley30 July 1944
Virginia Bottomley12 March 1948
David Cameron9 October 1966
Douglas Carswell3 May 1971A former Tory who was UKIP's sole representative in Parliament before becoming an Independent MP
Lord Robert Cecil14 September 186424 November 1958
Robert Cecil3 February 183022 August 1903Three time UK Prime Minister
Randolph Churchill28 May 19116 June 1968
Alan Clark13 April 19285 September 1999
Stella Creasy5 April 1977
William Dartmouth23 September 1949A member of the European Parliament
Eric Drummond17 August 187615 December 1951
Anthony Eden12 June 189714 January 1977
Albert Edward9 November 18416 May 1910
Michael Fallon14 May 1952
Nigel Farage3 April 1964
Mark Field6 October 1964
Michael Franklin4 July 1942
Giles Fraser27 November 1964Canon chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral.
Clement Freud24 April 192415 April 2009
Mike Gapes4 September 1952
William Gladstone29 December 180919 May 1898
Robert Goodwill31 December 1956
John Gouriet1 June 19354 September 2010
Chris Grayling1 April 1962
Justine Greening30 April 1969
Dominic Grieve24 May 1956
Tony Hall3 March 1951
George Hamilton-Gordon28 January 178414 December 1860
Philip Hammond4 December 1955
Samuel Hoare24 February 18807 May 1959
Geoff Hoon6 December 1953
John Howard26 July 1939
Geoffrey Howe20 December 19269 October 2015
Tristram Hunt31 May 1974
Andrew Hunter8 January 1943
Gladwyn Jebb25 April 190024 October 1996
George Jellicoe4 April 191822 February 2007
Patrick Jenkin7 September 192620 December 2016
Boris Johnson19 June 1964
Jo Johnson23 December 1971
Tom King13 June 1933
Sam Kutesa1 February 1949
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