Time to Tax Profiteering Polluters

“Nothing is more important than delivering for our customers – it’s why we are here.”  These are the words of Centrica’s chief executive Chris O’Shea following this morning’s announcement of a surge in earnings. In the first 6 months of this year, Centrica made a statutory operating profit of £6.5bn, helped by a 900% surge […]

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Christian Aid Calls Time on Barclays

The news that Christian Aid is moving away from Barclays has made headlines this week and has been welcomed by climate campaigners. With wildfires raging across Europe linked to climate change, the need for urgent action to address the crisis is clearer than ever. But banks like Barclays are not doing enough to play their […]

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Introducing Matt Ceaser

I am delighted to be joining the JustMoney Movement in the new role of ‘Movement Builder’. This is an exciting role to take on with such a hardworking team, building a network of ‘JustMoney Champions’: activists committed to seeking a greener, fairer future through the just use of money. This network is a key part […]

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HSBC must stop financing plastic pollution

JustMoney Movement attended HSBC’s AGM in Birmingham on Friday 5 May, calling on the bank to take urgent action to stop financing the biggest plastic producers and polluters. Join the campaign by adding your name to our letter to HSBC.

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“The Government can afford to do more” – Our Budget Response

This Budget took place against a backdrop of spiralling inequality affecting millions of individuals and families across the UK. People’s pay and benefits have fallen way below prices of food, energy and everyday goods over the last decade, and this has been massively exacerbated by the Cost-of-Living crisis.  The JustMoney Movement calls for policies that […]

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A prayer for our country, its people and its leadership

Dear Lord, In this time of uncertainty, we ask your protection over our country, its people, and its leaders.  Give wisdom to those in power.   Some have made, or will make, difficult decisions – for themselves and their careers, for their constituents, staff or country. Give them peace in their hearts, the courage to […]

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New campaign: Don’t Bank on Plastics

We’ve launched a new campaign – Don’t Bank on Plastics – calling on banks to limit their financing of the biggest plastic producers and polluters and play their part in ending the global plastic crisis. 

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CATJ Responds to Government Windfall Tax Announcement

Church Action for Tax Justice has given a cautious welcome to today’s announcement of support for struggling households, in the face of the cost of living scandal and the excess profits being made by fossil fuel companies.  Church Action for Tax Justice Programme Manager Cat Jenkins said ‘whilst it’s good news that the Government has […]

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Lent resources: Money, faith and justice

Looking for something to get your congregation thinking about money, faith and justice this Lent and beyond? Here’s a quick round up of resources from our two programmes – Church Action for Tax Justice and Money Makes Change.

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A step forward but not far enough – ECCR Statement on COP26

ECCR joins our voice with all those who are calling for climate justice, and whose eyes have been hopefully turned towards the COP26 international climate talks in Glasgow this past fortnight. Yet the Glasgow climate pact has not delivered the bold plan we urgently need.

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