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Church of England bishops voted last night against a democratically elected House of Lords.
The London Metropolitan police are continuing their initiative against the trafficking of vulnerable women and girls, in cooperation with NGOs, churches and other agencies
A special bond has been forged between UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and the Rev Ian Paisley, the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) by discussing their common interest in Christianity.
Christian peacemakers in Hebron have held a memorial service to mark the first anniversary of the death of Iraq hostage Tom Fox.
Religious leaders, academics and public officials in Russia have expressed concern about the gap between rich and poor in Russia
The European Union is continuing to abuse its position of power when negotiating trade agreements with 75 of its former colonies, the International Development Committee of the House of Commons said yesterday.
Following a large Commons rebellion, churches and other campaigners against Trident renewal have continued to express their opposition to the government's nuclear policy
Greenpeace activists have scaled a crane next to the House of Parliament and hung a huge banner from it declaring 'TONY loves WMD'.
Churches can help people act small and think big in the struggle againts poverty and injustice, says the Archbishop of Canterbury on a trip to Africa
Thousands of Christians from across the US will gather on Friday in Washington DC to mark the fourth anniversary of the Iraq War.