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'The tide is turning': Justin Welby interviewed by Michael Gove

The Archbishop of Canterbury talks about faith, politics, and whether he'd attend if one of his children had a gay marriage ceremony

12 December 2015

9:00 AM

12 December 2015

9:00 AM

There was, of course, something very special about the House of Commons debate on Syria earlier this month. The moral challenge of how to face those who embrace evil without limits, the long shadows and sombre memories generated by military actions past, the divisions within parties and between friends, the wrestling with conscience that brought good men and women close to tears.

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