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The government’s arms trade policy is in confusion today, following reports that the new trade minister has ethical concerns about promoting arms exports.
Housing and homelessness charity Shelter says more than two million people are using credit cards to pay their mortgage or rent.
Amnesty International has insisted that reform of control orders must be more than a rebranding exercise driven by political concerns.
A London- based company, Dream Pharma Ltd, has been revealed today (6 January 2011) as the UK source of all three drugs which are used to execute prisoners in the US.
A public consultation has been launched by the parliamentary expenses watchdog to give taxpayers input into decisions on MPs' expenses.
Fifteen per cent of the recently contacted Korubo Indians in Brazil have died since the year 2000, as a result of inadequate health care.
In a new year message, Green Party Leader Caroline Lucas has said that “politics does not have to be a straight choice between power and principles”.
Beginning in January, BBC Four is hosting a wide-ranging debate on the state of justice in Britain and the world today.
Amnesty International is calling for the immediate release of three Russian opposition activists detained in Moscow.
Resolution Revolution launches a new website to encourage 'social resolutions'