THAT GILES FRASER felt obliged to resign from his post as Canon Chancellor at St Paul’s Cathedral does him very great credit, whilst also being cause for great sadness. I am thankful for Dr Fraser’s integrity (one can hardly imagine the cost to him and to his wife and family) – and greatly look forward to hearing news of an appropriate new appointment for him. But his stand is a hugely important one for two big reasons. First, the Church should never try to resolve any issue at all by means of violence (or the potential for it). Second, having learned of 49% pay rises for millionaires, it’s chillingly plain that decency and fair-mindedness have been sold down the river and it’s time that critical attention be focused on that fact. The Lord of St Paul’s Cathedral would no doubt turn tables, and – detected by thermal imaging or not – will be resident in the tents pitched in the churchyard, as well as in the DNA of Giles Fraser.