Author: Adam Cantwell-Corn

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.

Watch: Hartcliffe Aspirations, a short doc with Paul Holbrook

A moving short film about Hartcliffe and aspiration with local lad and award winning film maker Paul Holbrook.

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.

The far-right bomb maker who wasn’t charged with terrorism offences

He built bombs and published racist, far-right views online. Why wasn't Matthew Glynn charged with terrorism offences?

Lopresti ice cream bosses slavery trial date set

Salvatore and Roberto Lopresti face modern day slavery charges.

UPDATE: Man detained in Easton immigration raid released after “further checks”

The raid made national news as a show of dissent to the ‘hostile environment’ immigration regime.

Revealed: The aristocrats behind Totterdown’s unaffordable tower blocks

Bristol’s red hot housing crisis is attracting a globetrotting elite. One owns this castle.

100 people blockaded an immigration raid for seven hours in Easton last night

People took to the streets of Easton in an act of defiance against the government’s ‘hostile environment’ immigration enforcement regime.

The day gig economy workers struck back

A powerful display by precarious workers

Update: Loprestis' ‘No plea’ in slavery case

Ice cream bosses face will face Crown Court next month

Exclusive: Lopresti ice cream bosses face slavery charges

Salvatore and Robert Lopresti face charges of forced labour.

Survivors and ACORN escalate campaign for accountability on safe houses

Two domestic abuse survivors are at risk of homelessness and say that the council has abandoned them.

100,000 local people are being told investing in oil can avert climate change

There is an argument that this can help avert climate collapse.

Major increases in fossil fuel investments despite pension fund ‘Responsible Investment’ efforts

106,000 local pension fund members are further invested in dirty energy. But new rules may make it easier to drop fossil fuels.

Two survivors of domestic violence face homelessness, prompting calls for investigation

Survivors of domestic violence face homelessness, prompting calls for investigation

Charities call on councils nationwide to follow Bristol on bailiffs

Debt and anti-poverty campaigners react to new debt collection approach in Bristol

The BBC on the breakthrough to #bootoutbailiffs

BBC coverage of the campaign calling on the council to stop using bailiffs, made possible by the Cable and others.

Where to get help if you are facing bailiffs at your door

Bailiffs chasing you for debt is scary, but there is help on hand.