Church fetes ‘radicalising Anglicans’ claim
An extremist Anglican group is infiltrating church fetes and vicarage tea parties in a plot to radicalise churchgoers, according to the anti-terrorist squad.
The group, MoreT4Uvicar, is believed to have close links with Al-cester, with some members allegedly attending training camps in the town.
But the group says that the training camps only provide religious instruction, choir practice and bell-ringing classes.
It’s alleged that the money raised at the events is laundered and used to build and maintain strategically placed fortified stone towers throughout the country.
‘We’re concerned about MoreT4Uvicar and the paramilitary infrastructure being built right under our noses,’ said the head of the anti-terrorist squad. ‘We want to ensure that innocent church-going folk understand the dangers of paying 20p for a slice of Victoria Sponge to these people.’