Council plans to end scandal-hit scheme will mean 150 people have to find a new home.
Who’d have thought that the unassuming corner shop could be home to a cryptocurrency ATM?
Opinion: A thank-you letter to Bristol’s young Labour voters
Greetings young comrades! (Can I call you comrade? Thanks!). As self-appointed spokesperson for Bristol’s long-time socialists, anarchists and communists, I wanted to write you a...
Bristol’s literary talent talk inspiration, day jobs and their break out successes
Bristol is a hotbed of literary talent. Katharine Orton spends time with three Bristol writers: YA award-winner, Stefan Mohamed, romantic novelist Rosemary Dun, and popular...
Carriageworks: New developer confirmed
But will the issue of a paltry 9% affordable housing remain? PG Group to meet public at community meeting tomorrow.
Weston wins ‘Top Hospital’ award despite second worst A&E in the UK
Weston General Hospital has been struggling to keep pace for years, which is why it was such a surprise to see it winning a ‘Top...
The results are in: Labour wins big in Bristol
Hopes for a Conservative surge in Bristol were trashed on Thursday night, with all four of the core constituencies now held by Labour. Even Bristol...
WON WHAT?! The press lost this election
IT WAS THE SUN WOT FUDGED IT. For the most part, the tabloids and broadsheets were way off the mark in their election coverage, and...
Distracted by the election frenzy? Read the roundup
Sweaty palms, hope, anxiety. Crunch time. The general election. Distracted at work? Caught up thinking about who will be in government from tomorrow? Us too....
Could tactical voting change this election?
We look at how political alliances might have changed the last election, and how they might affect the results of this election. Voting tactically this...
Disenchanted BME voters could swing general election
In this tightly fought snap election, the Black Minority Ethnic (BME) vote could be a determinant winning factor, writes Abdi Mohamed.
I’m voting to stop the assault on disabled people’s rights
I am one of the 89% of disabled people intending to vote in this election. Cuts to services, a rise in hate crimes; as a group we have been especially impacted in these austere times.
The disillusioned voters in Labour’s South Bristol stronghold
We headed to South Bristol to hear what voters are thinking about the upcoming election and find out which issues are important to them. We could have spent...
Voices: Tactical voting and alliance building to ‘stop the Tories’
Whether as part of national campaigns, or grassroots constituency-level activism, Bristol is seeing a surge of activity towards creating ‘progressive alliances’ to keep the Conservatives...
Palestine to Bristol: Football, freedom and feminism
“We live surrounded by a wall, but through football we can break it down”: the Palestinian women using sport to resist oppression.
WATCH: “I’m hopeful a lot of people are voting who’ve never voted before.”
In the third and final installment of General Election 2017 videos, Adam Cantwell Corn and Alon Aviram head to Bristol East.
Expenses: £25k on first class travel for Bristol West candidate
First class travel expenses worth £24,979 claimed by former MP and current candidate for Bristol West, Stephen Williams, during his last term as MP.
Watch: Bristol West candidates go head to head
Refugees, Brexit, Trident and NHS: Three candidates for Bristol West MP go head to head.
Watch: The Bristol North West bellwether
General Election 2017: Who will win the bellwether seat of Bristol North West this time around?