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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.
Catholic bishops have warned that conditions are not yet fit for elections in Zimbabwe after the bloody presidential run-off that left scores of people dead.
The head of a London charity has returned her OBE in protest at heavy cuts to the services she runs for victims of domestic violence.
A hurricane of change is blowing through the Arab world. Even now, many Arab regimes are still in denial, says Nadim Shehadi. But this volatile situation also challenges the West to grasp a new political reality.
In their first full meeting, Pope Benedict XVI and President Dmitry Medvedev have expressed their desire to strengthen bilateral relations.