Labour

  • 31 Mar 2012

    Christian campaigners for peace and justice have given a mixed reaction to the election of the Respect Party’s George Galloway in the Bradford West by-election.

  • 8 Aug 2011

    Global union leaders have called on G20 leaders to convene an emergency Summit to regulate the markets and avert a world economic collapse.

  • 2 May 2011

    The Catholic Bishop of Brentwood, in his address for the Mass for Migrants on 2 May 2011 highlights the Christian contribution to campaigns for migration justice and a Living Wage, urging all people of good will to stand in solidarity with them.

  • 2 May 2011

    Over 2,000 migrants living and working in London are attending a special Mass for Migrants, celebrated at Southwark Catholic Cathedral on 2 May 2011.

  • 3 Sep 2010

    Voters are weary of spin, contemptuous of the moral deformities of "being on-message" and disillusioned with the journey from managerial "what works" politics to the messianic certainties, says Jill Segger. A different compass is needed in Labour's leadership election and elsewhere in British politics.

  • 3 Apr 2010

    A lifelong attachment to the Labour movement and its values of equity and justice makes questioning loyalty to the party formed in its name difficult, says Jill Segger. But it is possible to hold on to your principles and find political vision beyond tribalism.

  • 21 Sep 2009

    The Liberal Democrats have called for a small extra tax on very expensive houses and the response has been sadly predictable.

  • 18 Sep 2009

    Senior Baptist, Methodist, United Reformed Church and Salvation Army representatives will attend the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservative party conferences to discuss their shared concerns.

  • 26 Aug 2008

    Everyone is focussing on the PM's votes dilemma, says Simon Barrow, but all the parties are suffering from the diminution and regionalisation of their support as people continue to be disillusioned with the system.

  • 12 Feb 2008

    Rowan Williams clarified the nub of his thinking and showed contrition for clumsiness, but he declined to apologise and is not off the hook, say commentators and other public figures today, amid calls for disestablishment.