Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is due to be installed as the new chief rabbi of the UK and Commonwealth in London today. Mirvis will become the seventh Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations, succeeding Lord Jonathan Sacks, who held the post since 1991.
The Prince of Wales is due to attend the ceremony held at St John's Wood United Synagogue in north west London.
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