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Churches can play a key role in regenerating rural communities and providing new affordable homes, the Anglican Bishop of Norwich says.
The Christian charity Housing Justice have said that Westminster Council are pushing ahead with preparing a by-law to ban rough sleeping and soup runs.
It was right to be here at the March for the Alternative (http://marchforthealternative.org.uk/) today, but this was not the moment when the tide turned. There were too many subtexts; too fragmented an agenda for that.
The Methodist Church has condemned plans by Westminster City Council to ban rough sleeping and soup runs for the homeless as "disgusting" and "absurd".
Campaigners have expressed alarm at Westminster Council's proposal to ban rough sleepers and the charities who care for them, from the streets around Victoria.
The Methodist Council has discussed a damning new report on poverty, which claims that there are an estimated 13.5 million people living in poverty in the UK.
A vote on new social housing measures was taken two hours before the end of the consultation period. Church groups now fear their submissions will be ignored.
Campaigning churches' charity Housing Justice has announced new funding for initiatives aimed at tackling the growing rural housing crisis.
Housing charities want to see churches making their unused land and buildings available to the community in order to tackle the rural housing crisis.
The budget announcements on housing benefit made by the Chancellor this week could push households over the edge, Shelter chief executive Campbell Robb has warned.
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