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British Christian leaders have criticised Lord Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform, for failing to apologise on behalf of the government for misrepresenting the poor.
A global coalition of the world’s major churches is to launch a campaign to press for better rights for Bangladeshi garment workers.
The Faith in Conflict conference, which brought together representatives from across the country last week, is seen as a 'marker for the future of the church'.
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.
Operation Noah will next week call on the UK Government to change the direction of its Energy Bill, which is currently going through parliament.
A groundbreaking new campaign calling on churches to increase the number of blood and organ donors in the UK has been launched today.
Church leaders in the North East of England have warned the government that spending cuts and welfare changes are having a “scandalous” impact on communities in their region.
A Charter for the Safety of People within the Churches of the Anglican Communion was approved unanimously by the 15th Anglican Consultative Council.
The recession and a sluggish recovery have made for less church giving recently, but a new study shows US congregations' giving bounced back in 2011.
A clergyman who was instrumental in establishing a night shelter in Ipswich churches for rough sleepers says more needs to be done.
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