With up to one in four of all British people hesitant about taking the coronavirus vaccine, and some outright rejecting it, we look into what’s behind the mistrust that has been labelled a public health risk.
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‘I can’t die, I’ve not made my solo album’: Holysseus Fly on overcoming cancer and looking forward
The Bristol singer-songwriter and Ishmael Ensemble member discusses overcoming breast cancer at just 25 and launching her career as a solo artist.
‘We need to keep the local currency dream alive’
The Bristol Pound’s managing director discusses the rise and fall of the local currency project, where it went wrong, and why we should keep experimenting.
Bristol Unpacked with local GP Patrick Hart, fresh from court for sabotaging a petrol station with Just Stop Oil
'A deranged criminal eco-terrorist cult' or canaries in the climate coal mine?
Progress on Bristol’s SEND failings but relationships with parents still troubled, inspectors find
Report by Ofsted and Care Quality Commission says now up to government to decide next steps, as inquiry into alleged social media spying looms.
Bristol mum served eviction notice when agency caught wind of her separation from partner
Laura Collins, who was handed a section 21 eviction notice while on maternity leave, says renters claiming benefits are 'treated as less than human'. She is demanding change to Bristol’s broken rental system.
Lessons from Lille, as Bristol explores rent controls to tackle its housing affordability crisis
As Bristol prepares to ask the government for extra powers to bring in rent controls, the Cable investigates what can be learned from across the channel in France, and in Scotland where reform is already in motion.