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The legislation to be voted on represents enormous compromise from all sides.In her open letter, published on WWD, she wrote: 'We operate within a culture that is too accepting of abuse, in all of its manifestations.This can be the ritual humiliation of models, belittling of assistants, power plays and screaming fits.'She added: 'Although we may not all, as individuals, have actively contributed to this culture, every time we turn a blind eye, our silence perpetuates that culture.Revd Dr Miranda Threlfall-Holmes, Vicar of Belmont and Pittington, Diocese of Durham.Model Edie Campbell has written a powerful open letter decrying sexual abuse in the fashion industry - saying the issue extends 'far, far further than one man'.We, as clergy of the Church of England, stand alongside Rowan Williams, Justin Welby, and the dioceses of the Church of England, in hoping that the General Synod will vote on Tuesday to allow women to become bishops in our church.