The case for a peerage
Sir, The Archbishop of Westminster rightly speaks out for the poor, needy and marginalised.
In the week in which he is made a Cardinal by the Pope, it might be good, rather than trying to rid himself of turbulent priests, if the Prime Minister made Vincent Nichols a Peer.
In the House of Lords he would join Archbishops Justin and Sentamu and others who regularly remind us that the needs of those with no voice need to be both heard and addressed in a compassionate society.
Lay Member of General Synod, Diocese of York