EVERY YEAR, the London Evening Standard publishes a list of the capital’s most influential thousand people from all areas of activity. The emphasis is on diversity, so that means the number of photographs of older white men, as opposed to vibrant ethnic achievers, preferably female, will be conspicuously small.
A century ago, bishops would have been household names
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