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  June Osborne 29 April 2004  
Image: June Osborne and husband, Paul Goulding
June is the highest ranking woman in the Church of England.

On 1st May,  she will be installed as the new Dean of Salisbury Cathedral - the first woman to hold the post in the Cathedral's 784 year history.  As Dean she is the highest ranking woman in the Church of England - and she is already tipped as the first female bishop.

She is one of the original thirty-two women ordained as priests in 1994.  She is also the author of a church document on homosexuality - reported to be so radical it had to be shelved. 

Jenni asks the June Osborne about her plans and whether she feels there is a natural sympathy among women priests towards clergy who are gay. 

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