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Quakers in Britain have secured planning permission for a major refurbishment of Friends House, their London headquarters.
Amnesty International has condemned the “alarming” news that nearly 200 executions have been given the go-ahead in Iraq.
A Court of Appeal judge has ordered a hearing into the trial faced by an Afghan prisoner after UK forces transferred him to Afghanistan’s notorious National Directorate of Security.
'Street Pastors' will take to Whitstable's beaches on Friday nights throughout the summer in what is believed to be the first scheme of its kind to operate on a beach.
Christian Aid has welcomed plans to crack down on tax advisers selling aggressive tax avoidance schemes but says it will make little difference to the trillions hidden offshore.
The Howard League for Penal Reform has revealed new findings from polling firm Populus showing around half the public oppose privately run prisons.
Christian leaders representing 90 per cent of the world’s Christians have issued an appeal to governments negotiating the first global Arms Trade Treaty: Keep ammunition in the treaty.
The charity War on Want has accused the British government of leaving private military and security companies such as G4S to police themselves.
Families in the UK are among the worst off in Europe when it comes to housing costs according to findings published by the European Union.