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Following years of pressure and protests from campaigners, account holders and impacted community members, Barclays have released a policy position statement on Mountain Top Removal (MTR) coal mining in which they state, “Provision of financial support to companies which are significant producers of MTR sourced coal will be agreed by exception only.”

Tomorrow sees the publication of the Eleventh Report of Session 2014–15 of the Business Skills and Innovation (BIS) Committee on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership TTIP.

Polly Jones, the head of campaigns and policy at Global Justice Now, who gave both oral and written evidence to the committee said:

"We welcome the BIS select committee taking a series of oral evidence sessions and producing a thorough report."

Food sovereignty activists protest a secret elite meeting being held in London convened by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

New research released today shows that since 2002, £140 million of UK aid money has been spent by the Department for International Development on projects to support the privatisation of Nigeria’s energy system, with disastrous consequences.

We welcome the Scottish Parliament's European and External Relations committee report's criticism of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership but stress the need for the Scottish Government to take a stronger position of opposition to TTIP in order to protect democracy, public services and the environment.

Despite international trade rules being rigged in favour of industrial agriculture, small scale farmers are the key to addressing food issues across African countries, according to our new report.

As the European Parliament drafts its opinion on the controversial TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) talks, 375 civil society organisations from across Europe have called on EU decision-makers to protect citizens, workers, and the environment from the threats it poses.

In an open letter sent to MEPs today, groups - including trade unions, consumer, environmental, and civil rights organisations - from 25 countries, warn that TTIP could constrain

Over three hundred people today took part in a demonstration in Brussels calling for an end to the ‘Trojan Horse Treaty’ US-EU trade deal, while negotiators from both sides of the Atlantic met behind closed doors  to hammer out details of the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

On Tuesday 3 February, 100 people from across the UK and different walks of life will be travelling together to Brussels on the Eurostar to protest at the next round of negotiations of the controversial trade deal being pushed by the EU and the USA – the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

While world leaders gather in Davos for the annual World Economic Forum, our new report and interactive infographics have slammed what we call the “dangerous delusions” of the summit.

The extent of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership’s (TTIP) unpopularity across Europe was exposed today as the European Commission published the results of its largest public consultation in history.

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