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The wealth of the richest one per cent will overtake that of the other 99 per next year unless the current trend of rising inequality is checked, Oxfam warns.
The Anglican Bishop of Carlisle has spoken out strongly against punitive sanctions and misleading claims about benefit cheats.
Income inequality has been growing for decades in the UK, extensive evidence reveals. In recent years, so-called ‘austerity’ has served as a smokescreen for even more wealth to be transferred to a handful of millionaires.
The future of local authority services in England are under threat from a growing funding crisis, a new report indicates.
A new book edited by the Archbishop of York robustly challenges the assumptions of government and society built on self-interest rather than solidarity.
NGO welcomes Labour leader Ed Miliband’s acknowledgement of 2015 as a crucial year in the battle against acute global poverty and climate change.
Quakers in Britain have become embroiled in a controversy over the dismissal of three workers at their headquarters in London.
Between 14 January and 11 February 2015 you can get your chance to say how well or otherwise the UK Government has done in building a better society.