The Archbishop of York seems to have made an utter pratt of himself by moaning that Cadbury's chocolate eggs were not always referenced by the word "Easter". He suggested that the company was "spitting on the grave" of its founder, John Cadbury. I should have thought that anyone achieving the lofty position of Archbishop in the Anglican church would have had at least a rudimentary knowledge of comparative religion and would have known that John Cadbury, as a Quaker, would not have recognised or celebrated Easter (or, for that matter, Christmas). It seems that Theresa May, in supporting the Archbishop's ignorant comments, demonstrated a similar lack of basic education. Can we expect another outburst if Cadbury fail to attach the word "Christmas" to their chocolate Santas?