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Public divided over council plans to help rebuild Christchurch Cathedral

“Some of the opposing submissions state that the Anglican Church is a rich institution, a private organisation and not a public body, and should pay for the restoration itself.
But people stating this view are forgetting that the Church did not want to restore the building – it wanted to replace it with a cheaper, contemporary structure.” – Ric Stevens in The Post

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