Mirvis represents the major orthodox wing of Judaism in Britain, but he is generally seen as the main spokesman for all British Jews, The Guardian said.
Mirvis said previously he was sticking to orthodox tenants, including opposition to female clergy and same-sex marriage. He stressed, however, he welcomed all Jews and would work with non-orthodox groups.
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