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  • Archbishop of Canterbury: I am not too political

    Justin Welby defends his comments on inequality and backs UN report on UK poverty The archbishop of Canterbury has defended his right to intervene on issues that might be deemed political as he backed the findings in the UN envoy’s report on poverty in Britain. Philip Alston’s report, published last month, prompted a political row, after the government rejected its conclusions that “punitive, mean-spirited, and often callous” austerity policies had inflicted “great misery” on people. Continue...

    the Guardian
  • Archbishop of Canterbury Declares God Gender Neutral

    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has said that God is "not male nor female," after female bishops demanded the Church of England stop referring to God solely as "he."

  • PMQs: Corbyn and May on Labour's Brexit policy

    After being reminded of claims from Liam Fox and Dominic Raab, Theresa May asks the Labour leader about differences between him and Keir Starmer.
  • Not in His name: God is gender-neutral, says archbishop of Canterbury

    Justin Welby has rejected Ariana Grande’s suggestion that God is a woman. God, he says, is not male or female Name: Gender-neutral God. Age: Eternal, of course. Continue reading...

    the Guardian