It looks likely that parts of the official inquiry into the Iraq war will take place in public, despite the Prime Minister's original intention of holding it in private. His spokesperson said the inquiry's privacy was "never an issue of theology".
A day of action including a march for Sudan has taken place with backing from the Archbishop of Canterbury who said there was now an 'urgency' over disarmament and implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).
Following the announcement that the Iraq war inquiry will be held in private, it has been suggested today that Armed Forces Day should be an opportunity to think honestly about military intervention and the alternatives.
Among other concerns, the forthcoming annual Conference ifor British Methodism will tackle climate change, young people and leadership and ethical patterns of investment when it gathers in Wolverhampton in July.