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If staff who regularly work unpaid overtime did all their extra hours from the start of the year they would not get paid until 1 March 2013.
Christians who support marriage equality will pray for all committed, loving relationships on Sunday, two days before Parliament votes on same-sex marriage.
Responding to the government's announcement on the HS2 high-speed rail line, the Green Party has expressed concern about its environmental and economic viability.
Iran must release journalists being held solely for carrying out their legitimate work, Amnesty International has said after raids on newspaper offices.
Ministers are attempting to roll back concessions won by the Lords over their plans for secret courts, says the legal charity Reprieve.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond will answer questions on tax, welfare, the environment and more as he gives the Jimmy Reid Memorial Lecture tonight.
Church leaders have written to MPs and MEPs calling for concerted action from all political parties to address the issue of tax justice.
Christian Aid has condemned the fatal shooting of Brazilian landless rights leader Cicero Guedes, who has worked tirelessly for Brazil's poor.
Professor Clare Gerada, chair of the influential Royal College of General Practitioners, has backed crossbench peer Lord Owen's 'reinstate the NHS' Bill.
The National Health Action party, set up to work against the destruction of the NHS, has welcomed Lord David Owen’s NHS 'Re-instatement' Bill.