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Late last year, in response to the refugee crisis, Pope Francis called for "every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every sanctuary of Europe" to take in a refugee family.
When Stephen Crabb replaced Iain Duncan Smith as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, it was an opportunity to hope for a different approach, and a change of direction from the DWP. Alth
We shouldn't blame anybody for the actions of their parents, so it isn't fair to blame David Cameron for the financial arrangements of his father.
A violent escalation in hostilities between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh has resulted in casualties and warnings of 'large-scale war'.
In May 2010 the incoming coalition government seized upon a silly, ill-advised note left in the Treasury by the outgoing Chief Secretary Liam Byrne. It said, "I'm afraid there is no money".
Since the Budget, the issue of spending cuts affecting disabled people has been given some long-overdue media attention.
The BBC are reporting today (29 March 2016) that since 2010, 25 per cent of libraries have closed, including 132 mobile libraries, 207 bu
How did you vote in the general election? For what you believed in? Out of custom and loyalty? Holding your nose? For the 'least worst'?
Ten years ago, Norman Kember, the peace activist taken hostage in Iraq, returned home after being freed by SAS troops.
From the very beginning of his involvement in social security policy, Iain Duncan Smith got it wrong.
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The Government has taken some welcome small steps against corruption but it has much more to do to get the UK’s own house in order, Christian Aid...
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