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Stanton studied at the University of St Andrews, prepared for ordination at Ripon College Cuddesdon, was ordained deacon in 1985 and priest in 1986,  and undertook postgraduate studies at the University of Plymouth and the University of Exeter. 
He held the following church positions: 
He was appointed a Canon Residentiary of Westminster Abbey in 2013,  as Canon Treasurer and Almoner. 
He is a governor of Westminster School and of the University of Westminster, Vice Chair of Oxford University Research Ethics Committee (Humanities & Social Sciences Divisions), and a Distinguished Friend of Oxford University.  
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