Ultimately, she was willing to give her own life so that others might be free. How many people can say that?
The Just Treatment campaign challenges the pharmaceutical companies charging the NHS rip-off prices for vital drugs.
Environment Agency grants permit despite local opposition based on pollution fears.
It’s at the heart of domestic abuse, but the police are failing to implement the new law.
A new film made in Bristol about the Land Workers’ Alliance showcases producers “taking back control” from the industrial food system.
Marvin Rees’ decision to fire Tory and Green from cabinet leads to criticism of “poor leadership” and “inability to accept criticism”.
Residents angry after Environment Agency announces at an inquiry it is “satisfied” the incinerator waste plant should be given permit to operate.
The Cable spoke to Jamaican activist Shackelia Jackson, who has been campaigning against unlawful police killings after the murder of her brother in 2014.
The Cable interviews veteran investigative journalist Duncan Campbell about blowing open state surveillance – and being targeted by security services.
Council ‘error’ leaves waste processing plant’s future down to Planning Inquiry.
The Labour MP for Bristol East talks about the challenges of steering Brexit in a green direction.
The government won’t hand over 50 reports on the impact of Brexit.
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