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Don’t let Wales follow Pilling’s example

From the Revd Martin Reynolds

Sir, - The report of the Pilling group, due later this year, will provoke some curiosity here in Wales and throughout the Communion. It represents the last of several commissions initiated by the previous Archbishop of Canterbury. I can only hope that it has more success than the others. There is little to suggest that it will, however.

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