Archbishop of Canterbury Criticises Bankers for 'Culture of Entitlement'
The archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has accused bankers of having "a culture of entitlement" in a scathing critique of the City's ethical and professional standards.
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Since: Jan 13
#1 Apr 30, 2013
The CofE criticising business? well, that's a tad hypocritical. All this speaking out of late against poverty I suspect is due to worry about their own pockets and pensions. For centuaries the Church has made themselves rich off the backs of the people and now they're miffed things aren't as they were.
As for culture of entitlement, I agree that Bankers didn't ought to get fat by doing as good as nothing (if they wanted to do that they should have gone into the Church), though if you want to succeed in the City you have to have confidence in yourself and your abilities which can come off as an air of entitlement.
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