Qutoing from the press release
'The 1662 Book of Common Prayer is a permanent feature of the Church of England's worship. It is loved by many for the beauty of its language and its services are widely used. It is also the foundation of a tradition of common prayer and a key source of the Church of England's doctrine. The services which it contains – especially Morning and Evening Prayer and Holy Communion – are still used (with minor modifications or additions) in many churches.'
The text of Common Worship is also available online here.