Archbishop of Canterbury may testify at inquiry into claims of abuse at Christian holiday camps 

Mail Online | 8/13/2019 | Steve Doughty Social Affairs Correspondent For The Daily Mail
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The Church of England launched an inquiry yesterday into claims of sadistic abuse at Christian holiday camps where the Archbishop of Canterbury once worked.

The Archbishop, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, may give evidence to the review into camps that were run by John Smyth QC.

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It will be headed by former social services chief Keith Makin.

Archbishop Welby worked at the holiday camps in the 1970s and knew Smyth, who headed the Iwerne Trust, which financed them.

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Smyth is said to have subjected boys to tens of thousands of lashes, telling them that they would be purged of sins including pride.

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