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Eastern Mennonite University students are pushing their institution for divestment from companies supporting Israeli military occupation.
Two national newspapers say that defence firms are working closely with UK armed forces on a "militarisation" strategy to counter civil disorder in the UK.
Anti-cuts campaigns are threatening to oust Liberal Democrat MPs over their broken election promises and backing for public spending cuts that hit the poorest.
Radical Christian pacifists have declared their support for students who occupied Conservative Party offices in Millbank during a protest against fees.
Malawi's Catholic bishops have called on their government not to use its numerical parliamentary strength to suppress minority and alternative views.
Two major UK church investment organisations have welcomed a new code designed to encourage responsible investment.
Welfare specialists have contradicted claims that government reforms will simplify the benefits system. They said the reforms could make it more complicated.
As conflicts over trade interests dominates the G20 Summit in Seoul, CAFOD is urging world leaders to ensure trade is used as a tool for development.
It is grimly ironic, says Savi Hensman, that on Armistice Day UK news headlines included the announcement of a new benefits system which punishes the ‘workshy’ and a report showing inadequate care for many elderly NHS patients undergoing surgery.