From THE TIMES:
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, risked conflict with the new Government when he criticised opponents of immigration. He also challenged the view of his predecessor that migration “threatens” British identity.
Speaking in a lecture in London sponsored by the Council for Assisting Refugee Academics, he said: “The vocal anxieties we hear from some quarters about the survival of British identity in the face of migrants and refugees betrays a lack of proper confidence in the capacity and the commitment of our society both to learn and to teach. It suggests a confusion about what matters to us and why. Migrants should be regarded as a gift rather than a threat because the stranger helps us see who we are."
The Government is pledged to set annual limits on non-EU migration.
COMMENT: Well, I'm normally against unfettered immigration but if it's guaranteed that they will help the Grand Tufti see who he's become, it might be worth it.