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Members of the General Synod disagree on women bishop vote

The Church of England's governing body will decide on whether to allow women to become bishops.

The General Synod vote is supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, and his successor Justin Welby but some parts of the church are still divided.

Lay member Susie Leafe is planning to vote against the law while Fulcrum chairman Stephen Kuhrt is in favour of the change. They both spoke to BBC Radio 5 live Drive.

  • 20 Nov 2012
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