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Lord Williams: Muslims uphold values

By Pat Ashworth

SETTING up "British" values against other kinds of values, Muslim or Christian, would not do, the former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Williams told a large audience at the Living Islam Festival, held at the Lincolnshire Showground earlier this month.

The language of values was not about what British people "quite liked", he suggested - sport, fish and chips, foreign holidays - but what they thought worth while: "What deserves honour in our human life together; what primarily ...

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