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Friends of the Earth has welcomed yesterday's Budget announcement to set up a Green Investment Bank, and has published a critical appraisal of the chancellor's other plans.
UK-based international development agency Christian Aid has helped launch a global alliance providing emergency relief and development aid in 125 countries.
As the Chancellor of the Exchequer prepares to deliver his budget today, he has been urged to lay “the foundations of a green future” by the campaigning group Friends of the Earth.
A broad coalition of campaigners has welcomed an announcement by the government helping allotments and pubs under a new “ground-up” law, the Sustainable Communities Act.
Methodist, Baptist and United Reformed Church leaders have welcomed the passing of the Cluster Munitions (Prohibitions) Act in parliament yesterday.
The 'lobbygate' scandal is indicative of a deeper crisis of accountability and public confidence in the political system, says a leading reform organisation.
English Heritage is researching the physical condition of historic places of worship - and is concerned about the future of some historic buildings of wide civic value and interest.
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.
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