Bishops have painted a hopeful picture of a post-Brexit Britain in their New Year messages.
After the Prime Minister’s declaration that Article 50 will be triggered in March, so that Britain can leave the EU in March 2019, the Archbishop of Canterbury, in his message, spoke of a “tough camÂpaign” that had “left divisions”, but argued that reconciliation was posÂsible: “I know that if we look at our roots, our culture, and our history in the Christian tradition . . . we will find a path towards reconciling the differences that have divided us.”
The message, filmed in Coventry, celebrated the welcome given to refugees in the city