Britons should be guided and brought together by the values of growing up in a Church of England vicarage as the UK leaves the European Union, Theresa May says today.
The Prime Minister also said that Christians should not be afraid to discuss their faith in public in a message to mark Easter Day.
Mrs May, the daughter of a vicar, said Britons’ “shared interests, our shared ambitions, and above all our shared values can – and must – bring us together” after the decision to leave the EU. She said: “After a period of intense debate over the right future for our country, there is a sense that people are coming together and uniting behind the opportunities that lie ahead.”.
Values of the vicarage can bring the UK together after Brexit, Theresa May says in her Easter message – Telegraph.co.uk