Apology, 800 years on, for laws that expelled Jews from England

Church service to mark eight centuries since Synod of Oxford brings together chief rabbi, senior Anglicans and Roman Catholic bishop

The Church of England is to apologise for its “shameful actions” in passing anti-Jewish laws 800 years ago that paved the way for the expulsion of Jews from England.

A special service at Christ Church cathedral in Oxford on Sunday, marking the 800th anniversary of the Synod of Oxford, will be attended by Ephraim Mirvis, the chief rabbi, with representatives of the archbishop of Canterbury and a Roman Catholic bishop.

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