Inwood's Lenten Resolution
The abstinence programme has been going so well that he will be giving up music for the Diocese for good.
Good for him.
Well done that man!
In times of austerity, times call for a leaner, meaner Church that's unafraid to make cuts when necessary.
Well done to Bishop Philip Egan for making those 'tough decisions' called for in these times. Portsmouth will regain its AAA rating soon enough if things carry on like this.
Don't worry, Paul, after Easter you can come busking with me in Brighton. You'll love it.