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Date: May 2018

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Nation's favourite authors reveal the books that changed their lives

Dolly Alderton, Tracy Chevalier, Philippa Gregory, Paula Hawkins,  Nick Hornby, David Nicholls, and Tara Westover are some of the nation's best-selling authors who today reveal the books...

Urgent action needed to prevent famine in South Sudan

People falling ill from eating grasses and weeds  Oxfam today called for urgent action to prevent millions of people being hit by famine in South Sudan. The warning follows...

Oxfam launches Ebola public awareness drive in DRC

Oxfam has launched a public awareness drive to help keep Ebola under control in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A 26-strong Oxfam team in Mbandaka, Équateur Province, has launched a public information...

Seven-year-old Hassan, from Iraq, receives warm clothes from Oxfam as he prepares to cross the border from Serbia to Croatia in October 2015

UK immigration statistics: charities call for change to restrictive rules on refugee family reunion

Commenting on the Home Office quarterly immigration statistics today, Amnesty International UK, British Red Cross, Oxfam and the Refugee Council said in a statement: "That 1,950...

Oxfam Chief Executive to step down

Oxfam Great Britain has today announced that Mark Goldring will stand down as Chief Executive at the end of this year. ...

Reaction to Court decision to allow an appeal on arms sales to Saudi Arabia

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Poor countries losing out on climate finance

Many donors are over-reporting the value of the climate finance they provide to the world's poorest countries by a large margin, an Oxfam analysis published today has found. ...

Oxfam - Poor countries losing out on climate finance

Many donors are over-reporting the value of the climate finance they provide to the world's poorest countries by a large margin, an Oxfam analysis published today has found. ...

Reaction: New tax transparency bill is great news for the world's poorest people

The Government has just announced that it will accept an amendment to the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill which will require the UK's overseas territories to publish public registers...

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