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The reason why people need to use foodbanks has been hotly debated, with government ministers and MPs blaming everything from poor budgeting to the attraction of a free lunch.
British human rights lawyer Gordon Bennett has issued a damning legal analysis of the negative impacts of wildlife law enforcement on tribal peoples.
Members of Pax Christi will be among hundreds of others taking part in a nonviolent blockade of Atomic Weapons Establishment Burghfield from 7.00am on 2 March 2015.
In the run-up to the General Election, Quakers in Britain aim to stimulate an alternative conversation on topics like justice, democracy and peace, Trident, sustainability and economic inequality.
In the last two weeks both the Anglican and Roman Catholic Bishops have sent pastoral letters to their members outlining their views on how to approach the next General Election.
Four UK churches have produced a set of election resources to help Christians to view and interpret the policies and promises advanced by political parties ahead of the General Election.
Authorities who had demanded climate change campaigners pay to march peacefully in London have bowed to pressure from Liberty, protesters and the public.
The laws in Northern Ireland relating to abortion are “draconian” and in urgent need of reform, Amnesty International said today as it published a new report on the issue.
Over Christmas I joined members of Voices for Creative Nonviolence UK on a peace delegation to Kabul, Afghanistan.
Christian Aid, The Children’s Society and Greenbelt are hosting Faith in Politics?, a day of talks, discussions and workshops to inspire voters in using their democratic voice.