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The death of 15 British soldiers in just over a week has sparked calls for an end to the UK's involvement in the war in Afghanistan. A poll shows that the majority of the British public want troops withdrawn by the end of the year.
Thought for the Day may finally be opened up to ‘minor’ religions and non-religious contributors after a number of campaigns for the two and a half minute section of the Today programme to be changed.
Aid agencies have attacked a 'Green Paper' on International Development issued by the Conservative Party yesterday as having "glaring omissions" and "blind spots".
Almost three quarters (72 per cent) of British men and women want to see poverty ended in their life time, says a poll commissioned by international development agency Christian Aid.
A House of Lords vote against the government's proposals on “homophobic hatred” has provoked mixed reactions, with both Christian and secular activists on each side.
The Prime Minister has been challenged over his allegedly inconsistent approach to nuclear weapons, following an arms reduction agreement between Russia and the USA.
Church leaders and members are among those giving enthusiastic support to the new Wall of Life initiative, an interactive campaign across the UK by the NHS Blood and Transplant service.
A Catholic woman was jailed today following her arrest and conviction for breaking into a military base and praying for peace.
The Accord Coalition has welcomed the findings of a report published yesterday (9 July) examining community cohesion and segregation in Blackburn with Darwen.
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.
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