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For the past five years, the UK business sector and the Department for Work and Pensions have behaved like a sort of tag team, working in concert to erode the pay and conditions of workers.
Figures calculated by the Jubilee Debt Campaign, based on recent data from the World Bank show that loans to impoverished countries have almost tripled since 2008.
UK Church leaders have decided to use live television debates and phone-in polls to resolve remaining doctrinal disputes.
Christian Aid is hosting a photography exhibition in east London documenting the lives, successes and concerns of Ghanaian farmers, as told through their own eyes.
On Panorama recently, senior judges warned that cuts to legal aid have undermined the principle of equal access to the law.
South African President Jacob Zuma must make public the findings of the Marikana Commission of Inquiry into the killings of 34 striking miners on 16 August 2012, says
The UK government is refusing to guarantee that it will not misuse the intercepted lawyer-client communications of two rendition victims in their cases against it.
On 2 April the Learning Disability Alliance is holding a citizen’s jury, where its members – people with learning disabilities and their supporters – will be quizzing members of political parties about their policies.
Seven Christians have been forcibly removed from the Burghfield Atomic Weapons Establishment. They were marking Holy Week by disrupting nuclear weapons production.
Campaign Against Arms Trade has called on the government to ensure that weapons supplied by UK companies are not used in Saudi led air-strikes on Yemen.