The Archbishop of York has condemned the low pay of millions of Britons as a "national scandal" and has criticised the Government.
The Archbishop of York has thanked his surgeons after having an operation today for 'locally advanced' prostate cancer.
The Archbishop of York warned that defence cuts will compromise Britain's safety as he delivered his Christmas message to soldiers.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu has been visiting young people in the Diocese of Durham.
He has been accompanied by the Bishop of Jarrow for the two day trip which includes meeting primary school pupils and college students.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, has recorded a video message for Easter Sunday.
The Archbishop of York has called on the Health Secretary to intervene over the controversial suspension of the children's heart surgery unit in Leeds.
Dr John Sentamu visited the threatened unit and prayed with parents of poorly children today. It comes after doctors at the unit described claims by senior NHS managers that death rates there are twice the national average as "inaccurate and misleading."
Dr Sentamu said that if the data is wrong then the medical director of NHS England Sir Bruce Keogh has serious questions to answer.
The campaign to save the children's heart surgery unit in Yorkshire from closure has won the backing of the Archbishop of York. Health chiefs want to axe the Leeds unit and move services to Newcastle. Today Dr Sentamu visited Leeds General Infirmary in a show of support.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, is giving his support to the campaign to keep children's heart surgery in Yorkshire.
Under current plans outlined by the Joint Committee of Primary Care Trusts surgery will move to Newcastle, meaning patients and their families have to travel out of the region for treatment.
The decision is being reviewed by the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, following letters from concerned local authorities.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, has issued a warning over defence cuts during his Christmas message to soldiers serving overseas.
He told the British Forces Broadcasting Service that the cuts needed to be done with "far, far greater sensitivity" or they could "risk the safety of the nation and the peace of the world".