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Archbishop of Canterbury apologises to survivors of abuse at Christian camps

In the 1970s and 80s QC John Smyth allegedly abused boys who attended camps where Justin Welby worked

The archbishop of Canterbury has issued a “full personal apology” to survivors of sadistic abuse perpetrated by a QC in the 1970s and 80s against public schoolboys who attended Christian holiday camps.

Justin Welby, who worked as a dormitory officer at the so-called “Bash camps” in the 1970s, said: “I am sorry this was done in the name of Jesus Christ by a perverted version of spirituality and evangelicalism … I continue to hear new details of the abuse and my sorrow, shock and horror grows.”

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