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Christians and church leaders have been urged to do more to resist austerity as the group Christianity Uncut relaunches under a new name.
A new scheme that will force unemployed people into unpaid work is in trouble on its first day, with dozens of charities and faith groups refusing to take part.
YMCA England has faced a protest at its London offices over its continued participation in “workfare” schemes that force unemployed people to work without pay.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, says the trial of five Christian protesters in London should trigger public debate about the arms trade.
British Quakers have resolved to end all investment in fossil fuel companies and have begun steps to sell all the shares in question.
The Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral, David Ison, has lead prayers at a multifaith act of remembrance for people who have died or suffered as a result of UK cuts.
Five Christians have been arrested for successfully blockading the Custom House entrance in London at an arms fair supplying weapons to repressive regimes.
Christians have taken part in prayers and worship on the road to a London arms fair, despite attempts by police to stop the act of witness going ahead.
Six national Christian organisations have said that nonviolent direct action to disrupt the London arms fair would be a moral response to a sinful trade.