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Over last weekend we did research into the opinions of churchgoers and the wider public regards the ordination of women bishops. Since then all three houses of the Synod - the Bishops, Clergy and Laity - have come to agreement that women should be allowed to become Anglican Bishops.

From our research, it appears they have significant support from their congregations, with three quarters (73%) of Anglican churchgoers supporting the changes.

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