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A 'yes' vote in the 3 March poll over direct powers for the Welsh Assembly is vital to ensuring fair treatment and legislation for the vulnerable, say charities.
Searching questions were raised about banks’ role in society in a new report by a UK-wide church-based research and advocacy group
People of all beliefs and none are swinging behind a ‘Yes’ vote in the 3 March referendum in Wales on giving full law-making powers to the Welsh Assembly – with the religion and society think-tank Ekklesia being the latest to back the move.
Campaigners have called on governments meeting at the United Nations to ensure no weapons or munitions are sold to human rights abusers.
The Methodist Church has condemned plans by Westminster City Council to ban rough sleeping and soup runs for the homeless as "disgusting" and "absurd".
The Government must ensure that the growing population of people renting privately get the protection they so desperately need, says Shelter/
Ten ecumenical church leaders have met First Minister Alex Salmond to discuss common concerns.
Campaigners have expressed alarm at Westminster Council's proposal to ban rough sleepers and the charities who care for them, from the streets around Victoria.
The WCC has expressed “deep concern and disappointment” at the recent US veto of a UN Security Council resolution against settlement in the Palestinian Territories.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has sparked sharp criticism with his defence of his government's role in selling arms to the Middle East.