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The government has announced that it intends to proceed with proposals to introduce a seven-day waiting period before claimants are eligible for Universal Credit.
Organisers of a march for marriage equality in Northern Ireland expect thousands of people to walk through central Belfast tomorrow to demand a change in the region's law.
The TUC has written to MEPs calling on them to vote to enure the European Parliament resolution on TTIP clearly opposes Investor-State Dispute Settlement.
New analysis from the TUC shows the number of people regularly working from home has increased by more than 800,000 since 2005.
Amnesty International has said David Cameron was “completely wrong” to say that “the vast majority of Mediterranean migrants are not asylum-seekers”.
Reports have emerged that the US government is considering deploying land-based nuclear missiles in Europe that could pre-emptively destroy Russian weapons.
At its Annual General Meeting in London on 6 June, Pax Christi celebrated women peacemakers and the work of its General Secretary, Pat Gaffney over 25 years.
New figures published by the Electoral Commission show 10 UK registered political parties reported accepting over £30.6 million in donations in the first quarter of 2015.
Although the Government has delayed plans to replace the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights and Responsibilities, many areas of concern remain, says Liberty.
Amnesty International has criticised a proposed change to Northern Ireland’s abortion law which could result in jail sentences for women and health professionals.
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