The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are facing criticism after it emerged that neither is willing to support the school chaplain who was suspended and reported to an anti-terrorism programme for questioning his school’s new LGBT policies. Rev Dr Bernard Randall was made redundant from Trent College, a Church of England school near Nottingham, after he gave a talk encouraging pupils to question the school’s LGTB policies arguing everyone has the right to hold traditional views on marriage, sexuality and gender identity. The police later ruled that Rev Dr Randall was no “’no counter-terrorism risk or risk of radicalisation’. However, Most Rev Justin Welby and Most Rev Stephen Cottrell are said to have declined to publicly support Dr Randall, after Christian Concern, who is representing the chaplain, urged them to do so.
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