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Scotland’s poorest households are paying £1,300 a year more than their wealthier neighbours for everyday goods and services.
Campaigners have gathered outside the Methodist Central Hall to call on the Methodist Church and the Church of England to divest from fossil fuels.
While government representatives continue to deny UK hunger or describe foodbanks as a 'lifestyle choice', Archbishop Justin Welby is highlighting the reality.
The scale of public spending cuts proposed by UK Chancellor George Osborne is shocking, but we shouldn’t be surprised. Not because such savage cuts are necessary, but because to many in government they are desirable.
So this is where I am today, Friday morning, having spent the night at the Hackney Autumn Night Shelter. My fellow overnight volunteer and I divide the hours into two shifts.
Christian Aid has hailed a major advance in work on the new global goals which will replace the Millennium Development Goals when they expire at the end of 2015.
Responding to the Autumn Statement, a leading charitable body has warned of a one-sided recovery achieved by pressure on the poorest.
Responding to yesterday's Autumn Statement, a leading charity says that George Osborne is still not taking child overly seriously.