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Has Britain entered a secular age?

Christianity is now just one moral voice among many

By Mona Siddiqui  
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby during a press statement outside the Masjid Umar mosque, Leicester condemning the murder of Lee Rigby © Rui Vieira / PA Archive/PA Images

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby during a press statement outside the Masjid Umar mosque, Leicester condemning the murder of Lee Rigby © Rui Vieira / PA Archive/PA Images

In 1997, the historian Peter Clarke observed that in the 20th century Great Britain lost its historic identity as a Protestant nation. This view points starkly to the loss of religious identity that…

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