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Welby declines to play the game

by Andrew Brown

Posted: 08 Feb 2013 @ 12:12

THE Daily Telegraph really pulled out all the stops against gay marriage. I don't know whether this was a return to its atavistic hatred of the Tory Party - which the paper did so much to render unelectable in the early years of this century - or whether there was just a narrow determination to damage David Cameron.

What is more interesting is that the Most Revd Justin Welby did not play along with this. Monday morning's splash was very strong: "New Archbishop of Canterbury ...

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