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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.
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.
Britain’s Quakers have sold their shares in multinational oil company BP after criticism from both within and outside their own ranks.
British Quakers have announced that their most senior member of staff is standing down from her post. Gillian Ashmore has served for three years.
A survivor of the nuclear attack on Hiroshima has urged an audience in London to tackle the root causes of war, marking the sixty-fifth anniversary of the bombing.
The national body of British Quakers is facing controversy following the news that it has invested over half a million pounds in the oil company BP.
Quaker activists have given a cautious backing to ministers' plans to crack down on cheap alcohol. But they have warned that the plans do not go far enough.
A major Quaker gathering will take a fresh look at ways of engaging in the political process, with Britain having a new new coalition government and 'old ways' being reconsidered.
Church leaders and Christian agencies say they are disappointed that neither of the two biggest political parties have included a commitment to the Robin Hood Tax in their manifestos.