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Following a speech by Business Secretary Vince Cable, the University and College Union has said that ministers are "in disarray" about higher education funding.
A central London branch of Barclay's Bank was closed early after Christians concerned about economic injustice planned to hold an act of worship there.
Thousands of Christians have joined with people of many religions and of none to demonstrate their opposition to the UK government's cuts agenda.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has sparked sharp criticism with his defence of his government's role in selling arms to the Middle East.
The head of a London charity has returned her OBE in protest at heavy cuts to the services she runs for victims of domestic violence.
Methodists and Quakers have criticised government plans for minimum pricing of alcoholic drinks, insisting they will do little to tackle alcohol-related problems.
The government’s arms trade policy is in confusion today, following reports that the new trade minister has ethical concerns about promoting arms exports.
In a new year message, Green Party Leader Caroline Lucas has said that “politics does not have to be a straight choice between power and principles”.
The Student Christian Movement (SCM) has reacted angrily to Parliament's decision to substantially increase university tuition fees in England.
The Green Party and Plaid Cymru have both repeated their calls for the abolition of tuition fees, after MPs voted to increase them.