The Archbishop of Canterbury has come under fire after it emerged the Church of England uses zero-hour contracts and invests in Amazon - despite his attacks on both during a speech earlier this week. Speaking at the TUC Congress in Manchester, Justin Welby criticised firms like Amazon for paying "almost nothing" in taxes, and described the so-called gig economy and zero-hours contracts as "the reincarnation of an ancient evil". It has now been revealed that at least two Church of England cathedrals are advertising zero-hours contract jobs, while the Church has confirmed retailer Amazon is one of its 20 biggest investments worldwide.