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Three major British Churches have criticised government plans to scrap the alcohol duty escalator as announced in the Chancellor's Budget speech today.
Three major British Churches have attacked the Government’s Child Poverty Strategy, saying that it fails to provide a credible plan to tackle the issue.
An open letter to government ministers from Free Church leaders in Britain has challenged their indifference to food poverty and the growth of foodbanks, along with their refusal of funding to support the most vulnerable.
Three of Britain's leading Free Churches have applauded the decision of the UK Parliament to reject military action in Syria.
Leaders from the Methodist Church, the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the United Reformed Church have released a short statement on the crisis in Syria.
Church Action on Poverty has launched a shocking new report which exposes the huge harm done by politicians and the media to poor and vulnerable people.
The Free Churches have called on the Westminster government to protect the fuel poor and work towards the decarbonisation of the UK's energy network.
Representatives of two of Britain’s largest free Churches have met to discuss the opportunities and challenges of working more closely together.
Churches from a variety of denominations in Wales have been discussing ways of eradicating long-standing divisions between Christians.
Three major British Churches are calling on Chancellor George Osborne to take tough action on tax avoidance in his 21 March 2012 statement.
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