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  • Peers back women bishops

    Peers have approved the Church of England’s plans to allow women to become bishops. Members of the Lords accepted the General Synod proposal without a vote, with MPs expected to give the proposal the green light next week. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said the move was “long overdue”. Meanwhile, peers have...

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