Changing gear: what next for cycling in Bristol?

To get us out of cars and reduce air pollution, Bristol needs to radically overhaul its cycle network. Other cities are leading the way.

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Bristol Airport: young activists target investors

Voices

Voices: We want action

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Bristolians are blocking Oxford Circus

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Bristol’s working homeless crisis on the rise

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Why Bristol needs to fight for fair air

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Bristol Cable nominated in Bristol Diversity Awards 2019

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Seeing through the fog: Air pollution facts

Reports Moving On: Racism Against Travellers

Government ‘comprehensively failed’ Gypsies and Travellers, report finds

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Opinion: Bristol’s leadership is failing to stop the city choking

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Revealed: Council shelves study into safe consumption rooms after restructure

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Council admits Clean Air Plan won’t come into effect until 2020 earliest

Opinion

Opinion: Our parks are under threat. They need legal protection.

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To end homelessness, we need to change how we talk about it

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Bristol History Podcast: Bristol’s Overseas Trade

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Revealed: Complex-needs homeless services lose out

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Photos: Voices from behind the counter

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Interview: From addiction to action

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Cable event: Undercover in the alt-right

Investigations

How two survivors of abuse were failed. And how they fought back.

A story of two women on the sharp end of organisational failures, who refused to be victims.

Episode 4: Tattoo parlours, nightclubs and firebombs – how businesses were blackmailed

In the last episode of the Cornerman, the Cable lifts the lid on protection rackets from London to Bristol, revealing how local businesses were forced to pay gangsters for security.

A safe fix for Bristol’s drug users and the city

Saving lives and clearing needles off the streets: Bristol has the power to become the first UK city to set up a safe consumption room.