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Almost half of people referred to foodbanks face choosing between heating and eating this winter according to new research by the Trussell Trust. The country's biggest network of foodbanks has estima...

The Scottish Secular Society (SSS) has accused some religious organisations of waging a "campaign of disinformation" in the classroom over creationism. Members of the SSS were giving evidence to Holy...

The nail biting anticipation is finally over for hundreds of thousands of young people waiting to get their A-level results. This year's results broke several records including the fact that boys eme...

A charity helping people into employment has welcomed a fall in joblessness, but urged Christians to remember those still looking for work. Christians Against Poverty was speaking after official figu...

A Christian debt charity has called believers and wider society to think of others on the most notorious shopping day of the year. Black Friday originally started in America before coming to Britain ...

For years the charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has been saying that people in debt can't sleep at night. Now its new survey discovered that more than one in ten don't have a bed to call their...

Charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is working through record numbers of phone calls on what it's calling 'Manic Monday'. Today marks the busiest day of the year for the charity with staff going...

"One step further" must be taken in order to tackle the problem of families in Britain struggling to heat their homes, Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has told The debt-counselling charity welcomed ...

Supporters of Christians Against Poverty (CAP) are being warned against scams, with bosses claiming fraudsters have been posing as the charity online recently. Anyone receiving an email purportedly f...

A fall in the number of payday loan customers being hit by extra charges is being welcomed by Christians Against Poverty. The charity, which has helped thousands of people struggling with problem deb...

Charges for unarranged bank overdrafts could be banned, under an option being considered by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The chief executive of the UK's City Watchdog Andrew Bailey, stated ...

Christians and Jews are uniting together against a planned neo-Nazi protest on Saturday. The Evangelical Alliance have joined with Jews for Jesus to speak out against the march that is expected to in...

A church worker says a peace walk has gone some way to undoing damage caused by a far-right march (pictured above)  which targeted Muslims in Luton on Satu Peter Adams from St Mary's Church in Luton...

'Live Below The Line' is aimed at making people here get a better understanding of what it's like to live on the breadline over 5 days. Christians here are being asked to live on the breadline for a ...

A Christian MP is leading an attempt to put families at the centre of government polices. Caroline Ansell, MP for Eastbourne and Willingdon, wants a bill to be introduced that will ensure all policie...

A Christian charity has welcomed proposals for the type of public health warnings that appear on tobacco and alcohol products to be made compulsary on betting m James Mildred from Christian Action, R...

The leader of Catholics in England and Wales has offered his 'best wishes' to a team of cyclists travelling from the UK to France to highlight the upcoming Unit Fifteen cyclists including two parish ...

A group of Christians has been removed by police at a nuclear base in Berkshire after they chained their hands together and lay in the gateway. Seven people stopped traffic going in or out of Burghfi...

The Christian Police Association is calling for moral and ethical training, after a compensation pay-out by the Met over an undercover operation. The Metropolitan Police is expected to pay £425,000 ...

Twenty Church of England members are making fresh calls for Anglican schools to stop selecting candidates based on their faith. They have written an open letter to The Guardian newspaper, which said ...