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Four Churches have welcomed the NPT conference pledge on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, but call for the UK to unblock discussion on multilateral disamament.
An open letter to the Prime Minister from a United Reformed Church minister has been shared more than 30,000 times on Facebook.
A coalition of major UK Churches, with a combined membership of more than 800,000 people, has welcomed the call for a full independent review of the benefit sanctions system.
Three British churches have come together to issue a joint statement and a prayer for Pakistan following terrorist bombings in Lahore on 15 March.
A new report from a coalition of major UK Churches has revealed that around 100,000 children were affected by benefit sanctions in 2013/14.
Senior figures in the United Reformed Church (URC) have expressed solidarity with minority communities feeling vulnerable.
New data shows benefit claimants with mental health problems are more likely to have their benefits sanctioned than those suffering from other conditions.
Young Christians asked about their attitudes to voting and politics by the Joint Public Issues Team were clear they did not have faith in politicians to deliver positive change.
As diplomatic initiatives gather pace to build a framework for a nuclear-weapon-free world, three British Churches are reiterating their call for the abolition of Trident.
The Joint Public Issues Team of the Methodist Church in Britain, the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the United Reformed Church has produced a free resource on the ethics of organ donation.
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