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The Rev Simon Sayers ‘has admitted two sexual incidents with a 16-year-old’ when he was a vicar in the Diocese of London in the 1990s, the Church of England Diocese of Portsmouth said in a statement.

He has been banned from ministry for a period of five years, a ban Mr Sayers has accepted in a statement offering his resignation as rector of the Warblington with Emsworth parish.

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Mr Sayers added: “As a family we have been extremely moved by the depth of love and support which has been shown to us by the wonderful community in which we live.”Church-goers reacted to the news by walking out of a service on Sunday, and a number of parishioners and residents have spoken out in support of Mr Sayers.

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