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Churches across Britain are marking a national week of action by speaking out against the social exclusion of people who are poor or homeless.
The Chancellor has received a copy of Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol from Christians who say he risks returning Britain to Victorian times.
Charities, church groups and trade unions have combined to call on the government to stop punishing the poorest through its economic and welfare policies.
The poorest will have to shoulder the biggest burden as a result of today’s Spending Review by George Osborne.
Large numbers of people will switch off Facebook on Saturday in protest at the company’s tax avoidance. The action has been launched by Church Action on Poverty.
An overwhelming vote of the Church of England's General Synod has today backed a Living Wage for its own workers and for all others.
The Catholic bishops of England and Wales have committed Catholic institutions in their orbit to implementing a Living Wage for all.
The Christian Aid and Church Action on Poverty 'Tax Justice Bus' reached Bristol this morning, as part of its journey across Britain and Ireland.
The rhetoric of some in government and some in the churches is not adding up in factual and practical terms, Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu told the Church Urban Fund (CUF) 'Tackling Poverty' in Leeds today (18 April 2012).