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Paul Parker, newly appointed as the most senior member of staff among Britain's Quakers, has criticised the government's cuts and said they will increase poverty.
Quakers in Needham Market have remembered the civilian and child victims of war and those who have worked to relieve their suffering.
A heterosexual couple have been refused the right to hold a civil partnership at Bristol Register Office. They are part of the Equal Love campaign.
'Hunger for Peace: Faces, Paths, Cultures' is the theme of a landmark gathering of Historic Peace Churches taking place in Latin America next week.
Last week, an elderly man attributed several unpleasing characteristics to me because I was wearing a white poppy. My efforts to engage with him and to explain my reasons came to nothing because he was too angry and upset to listen.
Britain’s Quakers have sold their shares in multinational oil company BP after criticism from both within and outside their own ranks.
Attempts by the arms giant BAE Systems to recruit graduates to their business were met by a series of protests at a major careers fair in central London.
Quakers have accused the government of military “conscription by the back door”, because soldiers are held to commitments made before turning eighteen.
Quakers and Unitarians have welcomed an Early Day Motion calling on Parliament to raise the age of recruitment into the armed forces to eighteen.
David Cameron has been accused of blocking the way for legal recognition of same-sex marriage, despite support for the proposal from Labour, LibDem and Green leaders.