Two years ago Britain’s Archbishop of Canterbury provoked a storm of criticism by suggesting it might be necessary for the British legal system to incorporate certain aspects of sharia for its Muslim citizens. Britain allows arbitration panels to rule according to Islamic law on some issues. And there’s evidence now that suggests that Sharia law is growing as an alternative way to settle disputes there. It’s still controversial. But the founders of the arbitration service say they’re starting to get business from an unexpected quarter – non Muslims. The World’s Laura Lynch reports.

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