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Campaigners have said that Gordon Brown’s announcements which include proposals for an elected second chamber, amount to "a lot of words but no action".
Quakers in Britain are among those who have welcomed the successful passage of the Equality Bill through its final House of Commons stages on 6 April 2010.
Campaigners for a fairer voting system have pointed out that 25 million 'safe seat' voters will not see a contest at this general election.
The Bishop of Ripon and Leeds has called for policies from the parties contesting the general election, which promote fairness and support for those most in need.
Anglican Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu has challenged leaders of all political parties to invest in people and public services - in the face of talk of drastic cuts.
Government drug policy descended further into farce over the Bank Holiday, as a seventh expert resigned from a key advisory group citing "media and political pressure".
Churches across Britain and Ireland - and especially Catholic leaders - have used Easter Sunday sermons to address the Catholic Church's handling of its global child abuse scandal.
Scotland’s church leaders have launched an Easter message challenging all political parties to scrap Trident nuclear weapons and redirect resources to meet social need.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has expressed strong concern about the response of, and to, the Catholic Church in Ireland over sex abuse. But his remarks may also have been exaggerated.
Christians have shared communion while participating in a blockade of the Faslane nuclear weapons base in Scotland. It formed part of a Europe-wide day of action.
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