After the PMS crisis
On today's Sunday Sequence, some PMS savers tells us why they fely betrayed by their own church as this crisis unfolded. Former Presbyterian Moderator Dr John Dunlop responds to their criticisms of the church's handling of the crisis. And we also hear from Mark Orr QC, the former chair of the PMS board of directors about what he has discovered, through Freedom of Information requests, about the Administrator's report and the Lord Chancellor's unwillingness to support his own application to become a high court judge.
What do you think? Is this now the end of the PMS crisis as we know it? What are the lessons that need to be learned by both the government and the Presbyterian Church?