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Clarion Events, organisers of the forthcoming London arms fair, have bought yet another weapons exhibition, despite public criticism of their participation in the arms trade.
A conservative pressure group within the Church of England has attacked a Christian arts and music festival for allowing gay groups and their supporters to appear and speak alongside others, calling its speaker programme "deeply discriminatory".
Religion, the church and the global recession is the focus of an international conference featuring economists, theologians and philosophers at the University of Nottingham.
The Methodist Church has become the first major denomination in the UK to ban all its members from joining the British National Party (BNP), following a vote at their annual conference.
The Rev Alison Tomlin has been elected President Designate of the Methodist Conference for 2010-2011, and Deacon Eunice Attwood has been elected Vice President Designate.
As world leaders begin meeting in Italy, the aid agency World Vision has accused them of failing to honour aid pledges to the world’s poorest countries.
The G8 group of the world’s richest nations is a dinosaur which should be put out of its misery, the British anti-poverty War on Want said yesterday.
A report received by the annual Methodist Conference in Wolverhampton today encouraged people to acknowledge their complicity in systems that exploit creation.
Michael Nazir-Ali, the Anglican Bishop of Rochester, is facing strong criticism from both Christian and secular quarters after calling on gay and lesbian people to “repent” of their sexuality.
Campaigners including Peter Tatchell and the pressure group Republic have attacked the Queen's decision to send a supportive message to the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (FCA).
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