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There has been a mixed response to a controversial televised debate between the Christian Party leader George Hargreaves and Nick Griffin of the far-right British National Party.
The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility and the Church of Scotland are delighted with the response to their recent ‘Banking on Justice’ conference.
The aftermath of the Haiti earthquake disaster may be slipping from the media radar but fundraising for the victims and for rebuilding the country is still going strong.
This week sees the official partnering of Churches in Transition with Transition Towns, a movement to equip communities for the dual challenges of climate change and 'peak oil'
Friends of the Earth have welcomed a promise by the Conservatives to establish a Green Investment Bank, but they say that the plan must be combined with others measures to be effective.
The Church of England Board of Education is resisting plans to ensure that all sponsors of new schools are accredited for their ability to maintain educational standards.
A speech about nuclear arms by the Prime Minister has been described as a “missed opportunity” after he failed to make specific commitments to cutting back the UK government’s nuclear arsenal.
The British Humanist Association has forthrightly rejected as "untrue" accusations in the Church of England Newspaper that it targeted and criticised Christians in its election briefings.
The Defence Select Committee of the House of Commons is facing a mixed response after saying that war is not just about winning but should lead to a “better peace”.
Sixty-five British MPs have condemned the arrest and trial of a same-sex couple in Malawi. They have signed an Early Day Motion calling for their release.
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