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A church in Northern Ireland which offered sanctuary to more than 100 Romanians after they fled their homes amid racist attacks was targeted last night.
Zimbabwean PM Morgan Tsvangirai was forced to abandon a speech at Southwark Anglican Cathedral, as ex-pats jeered his call for a return to their homeland to rebuild the nation.
G8 inaction is contributing to hunger spiraling out of control with more than one billion people – a sixth of the world’s population – going hungry every day, ActionAid said today.
Campaigners have today criticised Gordon Brown for refusing to send a cabinet minister to the United Nations summit on the economic crisis, whilst personally attending the 'outdated and elitist' G8 meeting in July.
British Quakers have formally given their backing to calls for an Unarmed Forces Day, following concern that Armed Forces Day on Saturday 27 June will be used to exonerate war.
Over one hundred young people have scored with the “Give A Kid A Goal” initiative, as a charity graduation ceremony rewards their achievements in Scotland this week.
A Scottish man has admitted planning violence against Muslims, but both police and media have been accused of treating this as less serious than Islamic terrorism.
A poll on the Daily Mail website which recorded 93% of respondents as in favour of gypsies ‘jumping the NHS queue’ appears to have been removed from its website.
Students and staff at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) have welcomed a partial victory in their dispute with university authorities over the abuse of cleaning staff.
Church of England and other faith school providers are facing a challenge of failing to treat the concerns of parents, public and fellow-believers with seriousness and respect.
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