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The financial regulator who recently called for a Tobin-like tax on banking is unapologetic about the fuss he caused, and determined to re-interate basic questions about what economics really is.
The global financial crisis is a golden opportunity for a movement for economic justice according to a South African businesswoman and political economist.
Bankruptcy is on the increase, says Giles Fraser. There is tragedy in economic brokenness, but also hope. Debt forgiveness has the whiff of salvation and biblical Jubilee about it.
Conventional wisdom often sees vengeance and injustice as the rule of the powerful, says Simon Barrow. But the prophetic imagination invites us to see and act differently.
Christian Aid is urging G20 finance ministers to prioritise reforms that would help developing countries counter the tax dodging activities of international companies.
Members of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan have written an open letter to President Barack Obama asking that his administration review US policy to China and Taiwan and reiterate the need to respect the island's independence.
The Church of Scotland and the Catholic Church in Scotland have urged Parliament to hold a free vote over the sending home of the Lockerbie bomber on compassionate grounds.
City financiers and Britain’s three largest political parties have reacted with horror to the idea of a banking tax proposed by the head of the Financial Services Authority.
Overall UK migration levels (the numbers of people arriving minus those leaving) have fallen by 44 per cent to 118,000, says to the latest report from the Office for National Statistics.
Politicians from the three largest UK political parties are among those offering advice in a new book aimed at Christian voters from an evangelical background.