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Number of families with problem debt up by more than a quarter since 2012, new report reveals

The number of households with problem debt has increased by 700,000 (28 per cent) since 2012, according to new TUC and UNISON-commissioned research

Faith and Creation: A Call to Mission

All are invited to a day in Liverpool on 24th October to explore responses to Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si’.

EU: climate damage must be treated with “urgency” in Paris deal

NEWS: Signs of shift in focus on compensation for warming impacts as EU Commissioner sets out stall at Pacific meeting

EC president Juncker warns of “climate refugee” challenge

NEWS: Stronger action to cap global warming needed to stop migration, says Jean-Claude Juncker in major Brussels speech

UN climate science panel too northern, too male – study

NEWS: World authority on climate change's lack of diversity reduces clout, but broader make-up could divide it

UN climate science panel: too northern, too male says study

NEWS: World authority on climate change's lack of diversity reduces clout, but broader make-up could divide it

‘Renegade’ UK physicists say they’re on fast track to nuclear fusion

ANALYSIS: Venture capitalists take on establishment with experimental device, but are optimistic time frames damaging the race?

Shipping regulators wary of UN climate intervention

NEWS: UK and US envoys admit to industry the International Maritime Organization could be overruled on emissions goals

Countries edge towards loss and damage deal at climate talks

NEWS: Proposals published late Friday show positions once light years apart are slowly converging, although much work remains before Paris

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