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The Liberal Democrats have been criticised by Green Party politicians and activists for the terms on which they have agreed a coalition deal with the Conservative Party.
An alliance of left-wing and trade union activists have launched their election campaign on a platform of workers' rights and public services, along with opposition to privatisation, war and cuts.
The Communist Party of Britain (CPB) has said that after a week and a half of election campaigning, “the people's needs continue to be ignored by the main parties”.
Church leaders and Christian agencies say they are disappointed that neither of the two biggest political parties have included a commitment to the Robin Hood Tax in their manifestos.
Any remaining doubts I had about the nature of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) were dispelled today when they published their general election manifesto.
Plaid Cymru have launched their general election manifesto with an insistence that protection for the vulnerable is a political priority that other parties are ignoring.
The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) have launched their manifesto with commitments to right-wing free-market economics, a freeze on immigration and heavy cuts in public services.
Christian Aid is seeking nominations for its Tax Superhero of the Year award. The idea is to recognise the tremendous potential of good tax practice to change the world.
The URC is backing the ‘Robin Hood Tax’ campaign launched today (Wednesday 10 February) by a broad coalition of domestic charities, aid agencies, unions, faith organisations and green groups.
British government plans to promote a new treaty allowing developing countries to share tax information held by rich countries are extremely welcome, says an influential UK-based churches' international development agency.