Sunday, April 25, 2010

Pope's U.K. visit not in jeopardy after memo gaffe: Vatican - Agence France-Presse - National Post

…The Times of London's online edition said the document had caused "enormous anger" in Rome, and that unnamed sources thought the pope's "entire visit could now be in jeopardy".

The Foreign Office apologised for what it described as a "foolish" document and said the individual responsible -- a junior civil servant in his 20s -- had been transferred to other duties.

"The Foreign Office very much regrets this incident and is deeply sorry for the offence which it has caused," it said. Read more Agence France-Presse - National Post

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