Entrepreneur's religious museum plan
Meet the man who is richer than the Queen, who has big plans to create a national museum of religion in Bishop Auckland.
Jonathan Ruffer is a successful city investment manager, devout Christian and philanthropist who recently saved a group of £15m Zurbarán paintings for the nation.
He is also a man with a mission - to transform the forgotten town of Bishop Auckland in north east England into a world class tourist destination.
But some commentators say it will require a miracle to develop a successful tourist attraction based on religion and religious art in the struggling town.
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- From the section England