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Key information from a North Sea oil blowout seems to have been mismanaged by operators of the rig at the centre of the Gulf of Mexico spill earlier this year.
The Student Christian Movement has praised nonviolent student occupations and protests against cuts, ahead of the 9 December vote on Higher Education funding.
A wave of protests over UK tax avoidance by big business and wealthy individuals began in high streets across the country this weekend.
A Swiss church-backed group says human rights violations are being committed in Zimbabwean mines and the minerals should be labelled "blood diamonds".
Paul Parker, newly appointed as the most senior member of staff among Britain's Quakers, has criticised the government's cuts and said they will increase poverty.
An international team of church representatives has heard direct appeals for support from Burma after a recent 'Living Letters' visit to the country.
Food rights experts are asking Africa to be wary of land grabbing by foreign companies who want to produce bio-fuel crops and food for their home markets
Christian Aid has welcomed new research showing that companies which make their carbon footprint public cut costs and attract investment.
Yesterday's publication of the Westminster Coalition's Scotland Bill is the next stage in a "flawed process", say Scotland's Greens.
Migration campaigners have condemned a law that will require non-EU citizens entering the UK on spousal visas to pass an English language test.