Broad Church


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Broad Church:

see England, Church ofEngland, Church of,
the established church of England and the mother church of the Anglican Communion. Organization and Doctrine

The clergy of the church are of three ancient orders: deacons, priests, and bishops.
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In what was seen as a swipe at the Prime Minister's controversial right-hand man, Dominic Cummings, he said intimated that his party was being hijacked, saying: "I am going to defend my party against incomers, entryists, who are trying to turn it from a broad church to narrow faction."
Only by working together as a broad church can we change the lives for our constituents.
Those are not pillars supporting the same roof of a broad church. They are rival conceptions of what a government is for.
In order to win, rather than achieve glorious failure, Labour need to be a broad church who welcome both new converts and old believers.
"The Labour Party can only win when it is a broad church, covering from the left to the centre in British politics under our electoral system."
Regional Science is a very broad church. It uses the critical focus of geographic regions and communities of interest as, in effect, the building blocks of physical, economic and social/community advancement.
Festival co-director Mark Makin says: "The festival has always been a pretty broad church in terms of what we think constitutes comedy and it's really that breadth that has allowed us to grow the festival line-up over the last couple of years.
Mr Walker quotes the great Tony Benn who fully understood the Labour Party is a broad church though always decried the personal abuse of individuals rather than concentrating on the important issues that confront people in their daily lives.
RACING's broad church, all too often a house divided against itself, gathered unified as one yesterday in the magnificent, medieval masterpiece of Ely Cathedral for the service to celebrate the life of Sir Henry Cecil, prince of politeness and king among trainers.
"We're a very broad church. We sort of take advice from wherever we will," Rudd told reporters.
The Labour Party is a broad church. Battles between "left" and "right" were taking place long before Tony Blair and colleagues invented New Labour.