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Does the Church still have a role in the State?

7 March 2012

Bob Morris on the Daily Politics

Bob Morris appeared on the BBC's Daily Politics talking about whether the Church still has a legitimate role in state proceedings.

Dr Morris is an expert in the constitutional position of the Church and edited a book on the subject following a research project in 2006.

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