Bristol will not be joining 11 councils refusing to co-operate on plans to deport rough sleepers
The council and homelessness charity St Mungo’s are participating in the programme
Watch: Deliveroo Orders Rejected – a short documentary
The gig economy is getting bigger. But some workers are getting organised. In 2018, Bristol workers joined in.
Exclusive: Council to “urgently” investigate Lopresti landlord business, but ice cream vans untouched for now
Announcement follows the Cable’s investigation and police action into the notorious landlords and businessmen.
Finally exposed: How Lopresti ice cream boss kept men in slave-like conditions, tenants and families in squalor. But people spoke out.
In a Cable investigation spanning five years, a shocking story has been uncovered.
In Hartcliffe antisocial behaviour is about more than young people acting up
The common media portrayal of Hartcliffe as being closer to Baghdad than Bedminster is clearly nonsense. But the issue is raw and touches on deeper questions.
Ice cream boss Lopresti is slavery risk and banned from business, following Cable exposé
Following Cable investigations, Judge said: “I’m sure that there is a risk that you will commit a human trafficking or slavery offence.”
Revealed: Evidence of racial profiling of thousands of British citizens by Home Office
MPs call for change as British citizens are being stopped in their thousands for immigration crimes, Cable investigation finds.
Revealed: How the council flogged off public land in the face of austerity
Libraries, fields, offices: All sold off to fund the cost of austerity
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.
Every week in Patchway, dozens of people face the long arm of the hostile environment
At a drab police station on the outskirts of Bristol, people of all backgrounds face a routine of fear with some standing in solidarity by their side.
Bad news for bailiffs, good news for citizens as council slashes use
Use of bailiffs has fallen off a cliff since July.
Hundreds of Bristolians face landlords with an ultimate legal power. But a rebellion is growing
A fightback is brewing against a piece of legislation that epitomises the difficulties of having a secure home.