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The Government's new Energy Bill must prioritise low carbon power, say five of Britain's major Churches in a statement published today (20 February)
Four major British churches have criticised government proposals for a new way of measuring child poverty in the UK, which they say masks the problem.
Four major British faith groups have warned that the Government’s draft Energy Bill would set the UK up for failure on carbon targets.
The Anglican Archbishop of York is among those backing calls from charities to make sure that all children living with poverty can get a free school meal.
Three major British Churches are calling on Chancellor George Osborne to take tough action on tax avoidance in his 21 March 2012 statement.
Churches are urging the Government not to shackle the UK to a £55 billion spending commitment on Trident over the next 15 years.
The Methodist Church, the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the United Reformed Church and the Quakers in Britain have called for Parliament to reject a benefit cap.
Free Church leaders in Britain have welcomed the breakthrough at climate change talks in Durban, but warned of significant future dangers.
A Free Church delegation of leaders and representatives will attend the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservative party conferences in September and October.
Churches across Britain and Ireland are preparing to mark Peacemaking Sunday on 18 September 2011, with special services and study materials.