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UK archbishops urge ministers not to breach international law over Brexit

Leaders of Anglican church say internal market bill risks being a ‘disastrous precedent’

The Anglican church has publicly challenged the government’s willingness to break international law over Brexit, with five archbishops from the UK’s four nations joining together to condemn what could be a “disastrous precedent”.

In a rare step, the archbishops of Canterbury and York, plus their counterparts in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, have written a joint letter warning that such a step would have “enormous moral, as well as political and legal, consequences”.

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