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Interview: James Barnett, church diplomat in Europe

I have been a teacher and head of Religious Studies at Uppingham, director of lay training in Truro, and I was Archbishop of Canterbury’s Re­pre­senta­tive at the European Institutions.

I am now representative of ICCS (Inter-European Commission on Church and School) at the Council of Europe. I report back to the Church of England on developments in Europe — both the Council of Europe and the European Union — including ...

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