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A campaign has been launched to defend the "Fortnum & Mason 145" - the people who were arrested last month after peaceful direct action in central London.
A demonstration outside the Treasury has called for cuts in military spending, including subsidies for the arms trade, at a time when other areas face severe cutbacks.
Methodist Council has heard that while the Government speaks of a 'Big Society', the poorest in society are losing out most from public spending cuts.
The humanitarian situation in Ivory Coast, where dictator Laurent Gbagbo has now been captured, has been worsening, say church leaders.
The Internet is holding vested interests and those in power to account, former British PM Gordon Brown has told a meeting with web pioneer Tim Berners-Lee.
Colombian journalist Claudia Julieta Duque says that UK government funds are being used to finance a unit of her country's secret security police.
A Conservative councillor has been accused of insulting his own constituents after describing a debate on local cuts as a “complete waste of time”.
The Christian charity Housing Justice have said that Westminster Council are pushing ahead with preparing a by-law to ban rough sleeping and soup runs.
An alliance of solidarity, human rights, development and environmental groups will be protesting at London-based Rio Tinto Plc's AGM on 14 April 2011.
A report by Egyptian activist Maikel Nabil Sanad has challenged the perception that the the armed forces played a positive role in the country's revolution.