A declaration of Anglican common law and polity could then be issued by the primates at their meeting in 2008, in the form of a concordat .
If a concordat with the private sector is desirable in England, it should be considered here too.
In a bid to end the dispute, NHS employers have presented a Scottish concordat that ties wage increases in with wide-sweeping changes to pay structures and working conditions.
So, why doesn't the Scottish Executive cite the spending concordat and get Westminster to pay for the cost of this change in policy?
They signed a concordat with the Scottish Trade Union Congress at their recent Perth conference, pledging consultation with the unions.
The Austrian court was dominated by the Jesuits, its government had concluded a concordat with Pius IX, the pope who ardently combated all modern ideas.
He saw firsthand the Church's disastrous experience with Nazism in Germany, when a concordat between the Vatican and the Nazis failed to protect the Church from Hitler.
Only an international outcry can move these bureaucrats to honor the constitution instead of the concordat .
If I had had more space, I would have pursued the issue of the concordat and the general antiliberal tenor of Pius's papacy.
Napoleon I's concordat with the papacy