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Human rights campaigners in Swansea are seeking the prosecution of Tesco stores for their trade in produce from Israeli settlements in Palestine. They accuse the company of misleading shoppers.
Philip Davies, Conservative MP for Shipley in Yorkshire has tabled an amendment to the Debt Relief (Developing Countries) Bill which campaigners say threatens to derail it tomorrow.
Grassroots democracy campaign Power2010, members of the public and civil and faith groups, are urging Church of England bishops to work for a reformed and accountable Second Chamber.
The Church Urban Fund, set up in the aftermath of the landmark 'Faith in the City' report in 1985, is urging Londoners to back an initiative to tackle poverty in the capital.
A British Quaker who worked against Nazism in the 1930s has been honoured by the UK government, undermining the common perception that Quaker pacifists failed to stand up to tyranny.
The poor are becoming poorer and the rich need to step in and redress the balance, the Salvation Army said yesterday.
A trebling of fairtrade towns would be needed if Scotland was to become a 'fair trade nation', MSPs have heard in an affirmative debate in the Scottish Parliament.
Local authorities have written to the nuclear watchdog following new concerns over the design safety of nuclear reactors planned for the UK, and fears of a Chernobyl-type accident.
A charity has expressed concern at the treatment of refugees and asylum seekers after three people plunged to their deaths from the 15th floor of a block of flats in Glasgow.
The Salvation Army has announced that its 'hostels' - residential centres for homeless people - are being rebranded 'LifeHouses'.
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