The Christian call to justice is a familiar one; it’s a calling rooted in scripture, revealed in the words of the Prophets, exampled through Christ himself and a constant throughout our faith’s rich history. At the JustMoney Movement we believe it’s time to have the BIG conversations about injustice, about how we shape a fairer, […]
“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 […]
Join us to discuss a Christian perspective on tax, with Christians on the Left, for Fair Tax Week 2023.
This article was written by JustMoney Movement Communications and Campaigns Manager Bryn Lauder and originally published in the February 2023 edition of the Methodist Recorder. In the month of February, Shell and BP announced a combined profit of over £50bn, with Shell raking in £32bn, their biggest profit in their 115 year history. The profits […]
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 […]
Friday 10 June, 10.00 – 14.30
The Church at Carrs Lane, Birmingham B4 7SX
A training and feedback session for ECCR supporters, campaigners and church leaders in the West Midlands. All welcome.
We are becoming more and more aware of the complex and secretive ways that money linked to the Russian state has become interwoven with the UK economy, links which the Government and businesses are now hastily trying to unravel.
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.
One of the key outcomes of the G20 meeting that’s just taken place in Rome is progress on the agreement for a much-heralded ‘global minimum corporate tax’.
In this blog, Phil Craine, convenor of TaxWatch Isle of Man, shares his perspective on the Island’s history as an offshore financial centre – and what the future might hold for it, and others like it.
PRESS RELEASE NATIONAL INSURANCE HIKES WOULD BURDEN THE POOREST – CHURCH ACTION FOR TAX JUSTICE Church Action for Tax Justice (CATJ) is calling for a rethink over the proposed plans to increase National Insurance Contributions (NICs) to help plug the shortfall in funding for social care services. CATJ believes that the move, to increase NICs […]