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In a letter to the Times newspaper, church leaders and representatives in the UK have called on the government to cancel the replacement of Trident.
Yesterday, as the UK Chancellor finalised his 2014 Budget, leaders of different faiths united against food poverty.
A leading trade unionist has agreed with church leaders that harsh benefit sanctions undermine a vital safety net for vulnerable people.
Church leaders in South Sudan have issued a letter expressing unanimous sadness and condemnation concerning recent violence in the country,
A wide range of church leaders and Christian figures have spoken of the influence and legacy of Nelson Mandela, who died three days ago, aged 95.
Opposition by churches to harsh treatment of the poor is welcome, as further benefit cuts hit hard-up households. It is important to work with, and learn from, those with a long track record of resisting economic injustice.
One hundred and thirty three clergy and members of religious orders in Sri Lanka have written to the United Nations Human Rights Council, calling for action.
Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh leaders will urge MPs to support a radical overhaul of the financial system at a meeting in Parliament next week.
Church leaders have written to MPs and MEPs calling for concerted action from all political parties to address the issue of tax justice.
Spending cuts hitting the poorest in areas like North East England are “a profound sickness at the heart of our society,” a senior church leader says.