This morning's Sunday featured an interview with Rose Hudson-Wilson, the former Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons who has become Bishop of Dover. Presenter Emily Buchanan asked her about race:
Do you think in terms of your own position in the Church that the Church is getting any better at the way it treats people from ethnic minorities? I mean, you are still pretty exceptional, aren't you? There's only the Archbishop of York John Sentamu and the Bishop of Woolwich who are also from ethnic minorities.
This brought a rebuke from a Christian gentleman on Twitter:
Bishops of Dover, York and Woolwich only Ethnic minority bishops in the Church of England? Really? What about + Bradwell and + Loughborough? Please check facts!!
And he's correct. Guli Francis-Dehqani, Bishop of Loughborough, and John Perumbalath, Bishop of Bradwell, are both from ethnic minorities.