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In the last House of Lords for the Christmas ceremony, the Archbishop of Canterbury had raised himself from the Bordeaux red benches for an early Christmas message.
“This was a week of deep division,” said the euro-minded cleric Justin Welby. “Reconciliation should be central to the future of the country.”
The words would sound in many English churches around Christmas, aimed at listeners who would have great difficulty avoiding the laden Brexit topic while drinking the turkey with whiskey and Gluhwein.