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UK Churches promote peace and justice next week, on Peacemaking Sunday (22 September) and during the World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel (22-28 September).
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.
The Government has broken a pledge to introduce a minimum unit price for alcohol. Five UK churches have expressed disappointment at the abandonment of the policy
The Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed Churches have welcomed aspects of the Trident Alternatives Review, but sayTrident is unneccesary and unaffordable.
Staff working for the United Reformed Church national HQ have given blood as part of a churches' campaign for National Blood Week.
An alliance of 11 churches has written to the Prime Minister demanding "an apology on behalf of the government for misrepresenting the poor."
Religious leaders from across the G8 countries have called on heads of government to follow the UK in fulfilling existing commitments to spend 0.7 per cent of national income on aid.
Four major British Churches have described George Osborne's defence of the Government's benefit cuts as "deeply disappointing".
Paul Morrison, Policy Adviser for the Methodist Church in Britain, says that the Chancellor's Budget this weekmust put right previous unjust rhetoric about people in poverty.
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