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Christian Aid is warning that a new UK-Swiss tax deal amounts to collusion with criminality and will seriously damage poor countries.
Faith perspectives on some of the most damaging aspects of global poverty are presented for Bible study group discussion in a new book launched at the Greenbelt Festival.
Ministers should urgently rethink plans for a deal with Switzerland which would see UK tax evaders let off lightly while harming poor countries.
Christian Aid has welcomed legislation to force companies to reveal the taxes and fees paid to governments in every country where they operate.
Christian Aid has backed a call for countries to exchange data about who owns companies, bank accounts and financial assets within their borders.
Two church bodies have written to the UK government, asking for assurances that funding for Malawi will still reach the most vulnerable, following cuts.
Christian Aid has called on the Kenyan government to open a refugee camp that is currently standing empty to cope with the 1,400 new daily arrivals.
Humanitarian appeals are being made to help people in the east and Horn of Africa after two failed rainy seasons have left millions on the brink of starvation.
British MPs’ demands to withhold money from the World Bank unless it stops financing new, dirty coal power stations has been welcomed by Christian Aid.
Leading campaign groups have launched a flurry of actions urging Conservative MEPs to rethink their plans to oppose deeper cuts in Europe’s carbon emissions.
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