Articles by Lorna Stephenson
Intensive farming has rapidly expanded across the UK in the last decade. The Cable takes a look at the south-west picture.
Community campaign considering further legal action against multinational.
Lorna Stephenson argues that companies such as Babcock should not be allowed to ‘pink-wash’ their dealings with repressive regimes by sponsoring Pride events.
Certain treatments of chronic fatigue syndrome, or ME, have pitted patients against researchers, and scientists against scientists – amid furious clashes on the validity of landmark studies into the condition.
Community campaigners rejoice after 18-month effort to stop polluters moving into Lawrence Hill.
But will the issue of a paltry 9% affordable housing remain? PG Group to meet public at community meeting tomorrow.
What did we learn about party positions on education from the Bradley Stoke and Filton parliamentary candidates’ ‘Education Question Time’?
Widespread staff losses and restructuring amid ‘devastating’ and ‘unprecedented’ cuts in Bristol schools.
Local residents complain of being ‘treated with contempt’ by fast food giant, as legal proceedings conclude.
Teachers report shock levels of violence at work, as the school cuts crisis continues to see teaching and support staff levels slashed across the city.
Will McDonald’s win its two-and-a-half-year fight to build a new, 160-seater ‘drive-thru’ on Fishponds Road?
Stress, redundancies, lack of respect for the profession, the impact on children... teachers speak out about the impacts of most severe school cuts they've ever experienced.