On 3rd July 2015, a group of leading Catholics wrote to Iain Duncan Smith regarding his welfare reforms.We are delighted that the Minister took the time to reply to the issues raised and have published his response here.However, we believe the Minister has missed the point on the harm he is causing. We have therefore sent him the following letter in reply.
With growing fears of climate change and global warming, Miss Earth is the beauty pageant for the new millennium. Contestants must have a strong knowledge of their country’s culture and environment in order to fulfill the ideals of this competition. The winner will be a strong and effective advocate for Mother Earth.
Christian faith is about sustaining faith in face of the knowledge and reality of death, says Simon Barrow. The feasts of All Saints and All Souls put us in solidarity with a host of people who have struggled to see right prevail.
Energy industry watchdog Ofgem has released its annual Sustainable Development Report, examining amongst other things the impact of smart meters, which measure how much energy appliances in your house are using.
Credit cards offering to donate small percentages of money to charity are becoming more and more popular with ethical shoppers, but recent research has revealed that some credit card providers are proving to be less generous than others. Those considering changing to a charity credit card are urged to use a site like uswitch to compare the terms and conditions of the charity credit cards on offer. Click here to find out more and change your credit card quickly and easily