Money

On 26th March the 0.7% of GDP that Britain gives in overseas aid was made law, binding on future governments. The UKIP manifesto proposes that this is repealed and the aid budget is slashed by two-thirds.... More

We've put together a catalogue of some recommended companies to help you make the best of your finances. Read - in their own words - what they have to... More

Premier's Ian Britton spoke to a couple of people who fell in love with the North East, which has a rich Christian heritage stretching back over 13-hundred years and receives over 1 million visitors a... More

David Cameron made it one of his campaign priorities in 2010 and is now accused of breaking the promises he made then. The 29 A&E and maternity units he promised to save have all closed. A&E waiting times... More

The key aim of his economic policy set in 2010 was eliminating the deficit by next year. That is only half done and more cuts in public expenditure are needed to achieve that goal in the next Parliament.... More

With large numbers of people living in poverty, Sarah Greenwood of The Trussell Trust talks to Maria... More

According to the Trussell Trust Foundation there are 13 million people that live below the poverty line... More

Gay marriage ceremonies are to be allowed take place in Baptist Union of Great Britain church buildings... More

Pope Francis has warned Catholics not to follow Jesus for vanity, power and wealth. More

Churches and Christian groups have welcomed government efforts to halt the proliferation of more betting... More