The Archbishop of Canterbury has said he is "absolutely delighted" that the church has approved legislation to introduce the first women bishops in the Church of England.
Speaking to ITV News, Justin Welby said he would be "absolutely happy" if the next Archbishop was a woman and that he is "really looking forward to having women bishops in the church."
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