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Canon Ivor Smith-Cameron writes:
MARGARET DUGGAN mentions, in her fine obituary of the Revd Sir Derek Pattinson (Gazette, 13 October), his encouragement of black and minority-ethnic participation in General Synod. As someone who had a hand in the formation of the Committee for Black Anglican Concerns, I can vouch for his tenacity and persuasive support in getting the proposal through the Standing Committee in the face of opposition. He did more. He always made ...

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