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THE Church of England has been accused of falling short of what is needed by campaigners wanting a public inquiry into the extent of child abuse.
The Stop Church Child Abuse alliance, which represents church abuse survivor groups, said it had been informed by Bishop of Durham elect Paul Butler in a meeting last week that the Church of England would not support an independent inquiry into child sex abuse in the Catholic Church and Church of England.
The Church confirmed last night it would instead support a “wide ranging” public inquiry into institutional child abuse in the church and other key national institutions – but not one specific to the churches.
Campaigners say this is a u-turn on the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s statement at the General Synod in July...
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