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At the crease

by Edward Wickham

Posted: 07 Feb 2014 @ 12:19

THE troubles of the Anglican Communion are now so bedded down in the consciousness of its critics that for its slickest apologists their mention hardly raises a hackle. And the Archbishop of Canterbury is nothing if not a slick apologist. In his interview with Zeinab Badawi for Hardtalk (BBC World Service, Friday), he batted away questions about areas of conflict with a knowing insouciance. "Oh, that old hat!" he seemed to be saying, as again he was asked about disagreements over ...

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