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The UK is booked to attend a major arms fair in Libya, despite the controversy around the release of convicted Lockerbie bomber, Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.
City financiers and Britain’s three largest political parties have reacted with horror to the idea of a banking tax proposed by the head of the Financial Services Authority.
Overall UK migration levels (the numbers of people arriving minus those leaving) have fallen by 44 per cent to 118,000, says to the latest report from the Office for National Statistics.
Quakers in Britain are calling for governments to change priorities and take radical steps to avert climate change, and are "redoubling efforts to reduce our carbon footprint."
Politicians from the three largest UK political parties are among those offering advice in a new book aimed at Christian voters from an evangelical background.
The Church of Scotland has released images of a church made entirely from beer cans, tyres and shipping containers - proudly proclaiming the building to be complete rubbish.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has begun legal action against the British National Party because of what appear to be racial restrictions in its membership.
After attacks on Christians in Pakistan, and the inability of the authorities to act, a petition seeking an end to the country's blasphemy law has been launched in the UK and elsewhere.
British church leaders are supporting a Climate Change Day of Prayer in October, preparing for the next UN climate change summit due to take place at the end of 2009.
Car-sharing, buses, cycling and walking to church are some of the ways Christians could be reducing their carbon footprints, says a new report from the Church of Scotland.
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