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COVID crisis has 'stripped the paper off the cracks' in society, warns Archbishop of Canterbury

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COVID crisis has 'stripped the paper off the cracks' in society, warns Archbishop of CanterburyThe current lockdown "has been one of the most painful for the most people" and the COVID crisis has "stripped the paper off the cracks" in society, the Archbishop of Canterbury has told Sky News.
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