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A new book edited by the Archbishop of York robustly challenges the assumptions of government and society built on self-interest rather than solidarity.
The fact that the Chancellor is failing to fix the economy, even by his own measures, seems undeniable. Should we be in any doubt, the New Economics Foundation (NEF) has provided this helpful graph.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is right that not much from the key policies being implemented by the government was put before the voters, says Mark Field MP.
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has criticised the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government's policies on a wide range of issues.
In June and July 2007 the campaigning group Church Action on Poverty (CAP) will mark 25 years of action alongside those at the bottom of the economic, social and political pile in modern Britain.
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The Chancellor has today (November 25) set out the state of the economy in the Autumn Statement and his spending plans for the next four years in...
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