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Critics of the government education cuts and fee hikes say an alternative focus on the future of public universities and sustainable funding is needed.
Multinational companies could be forced to reveal far more about their finances in the Global South following a European Commission move welcomed by Christian Aid.
Green Party leader Caroline Lucas has said that Prime Minister David Cameron's dream of a Big Society is “hiding a nightmare of socially devastating cuts”.
“Money pads the edges of things”. EM Forster puts these words in the mouth of the wealthy Margaret Schlegel in Howards End.
The coalition government's cuts to housing benefit could lead to increased debt and homelessness, according to Green Party leader Caroline Lucas MP.
The Child Poverty Action Group have criticised a government plan to pay 'bounties' to credit reference agencies that help to expose benefit fraud.
Christian Aid have announced that Rev Jesse Jackson will be in London in October to help move climate change and global tax transparency up the political agenda.
Unlock Democracy is among those raising questions about government plans to allow the public to veto council tax increases in England.
The Business Secretary, Vince Cable has triggered a mixed reaction after saying that university students will “almost certainly” have to pay more towards their education, in contrast to the Liberal Democrats' previous approach.
All five candidates for the Labour leadership have placed a strong emphasis on “values” while pitching for Christian support at a hustings run by the Christian Socialist Movement.