Plan to loosen ties between opposing churches more like 'moving into separate bedrooms' than divorcing
530 years after he was slain in battle, Richard III is to be re-interred at Leicester Cathedral
Historic move marks the end of centuries of male leadership in the Church, but opinion remains divided
Justin Welby admits he sometimes doubts the existence of God, but he is certain about Jesus
Justin Welby suggests accepting gay marriage would mean the Church would be unable to help other victims of oppression
A 'significant milestone' in the fight for equality, but opinion remains divided
Errol Damelin says Wonga is 'not pushing people over the edge', despite increase in loan defaults
Justin Welby tells Christians to 'repent' over the way gay and lesbian people have been treated
Church seeks rights just days after clergy condemn fracking as risk to 'God's creation'
Is 0.6% growth good enough for George Osborne? Is 5,853% a fair APR in the payday loans business?
Former minister and George Osborne's father-in-law advocated drilling in region for shale gas
The C of E's discovery that it invested in Wonga throws spotlight on complexities of ethical investing
Archbishop vows to change church's investment rules after its £75,000 stake in payday lender exposed
Justin Welby tells loans chief the church will put an end to payday lenders through its credit union
Justin Welby admits he feels sympathy for bankers made to take full blame for financial crisis
Justin Welby backs 10-year plans for church-led credit unions to boot out loan sharks
Government urged to implement commission's radical proposals, but will they work?
But not all Lords are leaping with joy at the idea - and some still question Cameron's political judgment
Church's ethical investment advisors want to revive the spirit of 'shareholder spring'