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Catholic bishops have called on the EU to tackle corporate tax dodging. They say it deprives the world’s poorest countries of more than £100bn every year.
Seventeen Catholic Bishops are calling on the European Union to tackle corporate secrecy and tax dodging which deprive the world’s poorest countries of more than £100bn a year.
The Jubilee Debt Campaign have warned the UK government that London courts could be used by vulture funds trying to sue Greece over unpaid debt.
An ecumenical church-based body has given evidence to the European Council about the abuse of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Archbishop Hieronymos II of Athens and All Greece has warned the Greek government of a possible social upheaval if more austerity measures are ushered in by international financial institutions overseeing the sovereign debt crisis.
Humanist and secularist organisations have accused the European Union of denying them equal treatment compared to the continent's Christian churches.
NGOs that monitor the arms trade say the European Union's latest report on arms exports was deliberately released without publicity at a quiet time of the year.
The European Commission has announced that it is blocking the export of certain key lethal injection drugs which are widely used in US executions.
The Green Party has dismissed Euro-zone crisis proposals as short-sighted, economically unsustainable and an attack on European democracy.
The PM's decision to veto EU treaty reform on financial regulation and fiscal consolidation has drawn huge criticism, but so have some Euro proposals.
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