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2015 Labour Link committee – results

The results of the Labour Link election are now available and these members will take office immediately.

Turning the table on Oak Furniture Land

Round up: a great week of action on climate change

As keynote speeches from Government ministers took place* – people of faith, trade unionists and many more rallied against austerity.

Climate Friendly BoA October 2015 newsletter

This is what climate action looks like

Whether it was taking action against Barclays, attending the no 3rd runway at Heathrow protest, or getting involved in local actions like the Birmi

Government must find the cash to allow the elderly to be cared for with dignity, says UNISON

Commenting on the warning today (Monday), from the Local Government Association and the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, that dig

Archbishop Bernard Longley mentions the Columbans’ work among refugee and asylum seekers in his most recent Pastoral Letter

The following Pastoral Letter was given at Birmingham on the 9 October 2015 and appointed to be read in all Churches and Chapels of the Diocese on

God Mammon and Climate Change: Rev Dr John Weaver

In the run up to the Paris Climate Change Conference, COP21, 30th November – 11th December, some significant economic considerations are emerging.

Climate finance pledges increase, much more still needed

Cows, conspiracies, and Greenpeace


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UNISON vice president Carol Sewell addressed conference this morning, opening with a tribute to...

John Ray Initiative:

For the last few months JRI Operations Director, Dr Martin Hodson, has been looking into Donald...


In response to the draft Climate Change Plan released today 

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