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Quakers in Britain have joined millions of others across the country in objecting to unjust government cuts that hit the most vulnerable.
Campaigners for sweatshops-free clothes are about to take their drive into fresh territory at Europe’s biggest textile event.
Over the past week, I have enjoyed talking with two rather different but significant Christian audiences about the rapidly changing situation in the Middle East - evangelicals and Catholics.
Policy makers are failing to live up to the pledges of the world’s most powerful nations to tackle tax haven secrecy, according to a major new index.
The economic crisis is also an ethical crisis and faith groups need to say something about it, says an advocate of economic ethics.
For the third time in five years the Nigerian parliament is considering a law seeking to prohibit same sex marriage, after a new bill is presented.
Some 35,000 people have descended on the annual Conservative Party conference in Manchester to oppose 'vicious' cuts in public spending.
Many thousands of people marched in Glasgow this weekend to protest against government cuts and call for a just UK-wide economic policy.
“Slow down,you move too fast” In the 45 years which have passed since Paul Simon wrote the 59th Street Bridge Song, we have come to move a whole lot faster.
Church inaction over animal welfare compounds animal cruelty, Professor Andrew Linzey, a theologian at Oxford University claims today.