From THE GUARDIAN:
The Rev Dr Giles Fraser, who resigned as canon chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral last year over plans to forcibly remove Occupy protesters from its steps, has been appointed parish priest of an inner-city church in south London.
Fraser will begin his new job at St Mary's Newington, in Elephant & Castle, later this month. He will chronicle his experiences in the parish in a regular column for the Guardian, which begins on Sunday.
Fraser said he was looking forward to starting work after a difficult few months. "After I resigned there was no plan B whatsoever. It was just a total principled decision. It has been a very dark period thinking about what I'm supposed to be doing with my life."
Despite being shortlisted for jobs as a bishop and a dean...
I make no secret of the fact that I am jealous of the Giles Frasers of this world. I said when he resigned from St. Pauls that he would be looked after and that he would probably get a bishop's job out of it. Kudos to him for taking the lesser path although, as a bishop, he might not have had so much time for all his other stuff. You know, when I was a lorry driver nobody gave a toss which school I went to. All they cared about was whether or not I got the job done. I really wished somebody had warned me about how much "who you know" mattered in the Church of England instead of lying to me about how much they needed working people in the priesthood.