archbishop of canterbury

The furious condemnation from every bishop in the House of Lords is contained in a letter to The Times.
Head of the Church of England urges the nation to be more “open and forgiving”.
The prime minister appeared rattled over questions about the partygate scandal and claims he criticised the BBC.
Justin Welby uses Easter sermon to mount outspoken attack on Boris Johnson's asylum policy.
Justin Welby later said it was “never right to make comparisons with the atrocities brought by the Nazis”.
Justin Welby's remarks come as the church's national assembly backed a motion to apologise for racism encountered.
Justin Welby also used his Christmas Day sermon to reflect on the impact of violence at home and abroad, including the London Bridge terror attack last month.
Justin Welby, when asked about the conduct of the royal family, said: "To ask that they be superhuman saints is not what we should do."
The archbishop has expressed regrets and apologies for a massacre by British colonial forces upon hundreds of Indians participating in a demonstration for independence 100 years ago. He also prostrated in prayer at the memorial for the victims.
More than 300 people were killed and 1,200 injured when troops under British command fired into a crowd of protesters in 1919.