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Archbishop's 'sadness' over Thatcher's death

The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Reverend Justin Welby. Credit: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

The Archbishop of Canterbury said: "It was with sadness that I heard the news of the death of Baroness Thatcher and my prayers are with her son and daughter, her grandchildren, family and friends.

"It is right that today we give thanks for a life devoted to public service, acknowledging also the faith that inspired and sustained her.”

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Canterbury enthronement service comes to a close

The Archbishop of Canterbury has officially been enthroned as the service in Canterbury comes to an end.

The archbishop delivered a final blessing to the congregation as the procession was led out of the cathedral.

The new Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. Credit: ITV News
The new Archbishop of Canterbury leads the service to its climax. Credit: ITV News
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Welby arrives at Cathedral for enthronement

The Most Rev Justin Welby has arrived at Canterbury Cathedral for his enthronement.

The Most Rev Justin Welby.

Prime Minister David Cameron, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are among those watching as the Most Rev Welby becomes the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Archbishop Welby praises Midlands' entrepreneurs Cadbury and Bournville

Archbishop Welby has praised the social responsibility of the founders of Cadbury and Bournville in an interview on the day of his official installation as Archbishop.

He was discussing the Living Wage.

"What we need to seek is organisations like some of the great companies of the past like Cadbury's and Bournville who have a deep sense of social utility and social value, that's very much part of Christian teaching, social teaching, that a company is there to serve the community"

Justin Welby to be enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury

The Right Reverend Justin Welby was installed as the new Bishop of Durham in 2011 Credit: Owen Humphreys/PA

Justin Welby is to be officially installed as the Archbishop of Canterbury today.

Archbishop Welby was ordained in Coventry and spent fifteen years there serving the people of Coventry and Warwickshire.

He visited the city last week during his tour of the country, leading up to his enthronement.

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