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Archbishop of Canterbury’s comments on ecumenical accompaniers

From Linda Pitt and Canon Trevor Pitt
Sir, - How soon disillusion sets in! Days after his enthronement, the Archbishop of Canterbury "regrets" casting a positive vote on ecumenical accompaniers at Israeli checkpoints ( News, 28 March). He is not the first bishop to draw back under pressure from the Board of Deputies of British Jews, as you also reported ...

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