David Cameron has "warmly welcomed" the vote approving women bishops as a "great day for the church and for equality".
"I warmly welcome today’s vote formally approving women bishops – a great day for the Church and for equality," the Prime Minister said.
Mr Cameron earlier said the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby had "shown great leadership" on the issue.
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