Thursday 18 July 2019
THE Ecclesiastical Insurance Group (EIG) has been reprimanded by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) for refusing to provide key evidence — since come to light — which shows that it had advised the Church of England to “cease all contact” with a survivor
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“VAGUE and evasive talk of culture change” over safeguarding was “not enough”, the Bishop of Bath & Wells, the Rt Revd Peter Hancock, told the General Synod on Sunday
THE Church must learn “to put actions behind the words” when supporting survivors of clerical abuse, “because ‘sorry’ is pretty cheap”, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said
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