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The Welsh referendum on 3 March 2011 has produced a resounding 'yes' for the country's National Assembly having full law-making powers.
The head of the World Council of Churches has had separate meetings with the president of Cyprus and the senior Orthodox archbishop.
Following protests over British arms sales to Libya, the police have warned government departments to be prepared for further demonstrations.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York were met by Christian students campaigning against tuition fee increases when they spoke at the University of Manchester.
The ‘Yes for Wales’ campaign has urged voters to ‘go out and vote Yes’ in today's (3 March 2011) referendum on the future of the National Assembly.
Faith communities as well as secular groups, charities, businesses, environmentalists and women are backing a 'Yes' vote in the Welsh Assembly referendum.
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.