We have an archbishop, but not a chief rabbi
By Simon Rocker
November 8, 2012
The new Archbishop of Canterbury will be formally named tomorrow - who is expected to be the Bishop of Durham, Justin Welby.
It took the Anglican Church eight months to choose their next head after Rowan Williams announced he was stepping down in March.
It was almost two years ago - December 2010 - that Lord Sacks announced his retirement as chief rabbi and his successor has still not been found.
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