UK Archbishop says govt action 'urgent' after riots

By REUTERS
August 11, 2011 15:41

 
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LONDON - England's most senior cleric on Thursday gave his first reaction to riots across the country, saying the government's stated priority of building stronger communities was now a matter of urgency.

The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams said the violence would "intensify the cycle of deprivation and vulnerability" in Britain, in a statement emailed to Reuters.

"The government has insisted on the priority of creating stronger, better-resourced local communities. This priority is now a matter of extreme urgency. We need to see initiatives that will address anxieties and provide some hope of long-term stability in community services, especially for the young," he wrote.

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