An accident left him in constant pain. But medical cannabis is still out of reach.
While the legal barrier has been overcome, experts say it will take years before we have medical buy-in and affordable products.
The Bristol activist and portraits of invisible Britain, hope and resilience
A new book of untold stories from people left behind by media narratives and government policy.
Landmark medicinal cannabis reforms don’t go far enough, say campaigners
Specialist doctors – but not GPs – will be able to give out cannabis on prescription from November.
Universal credit: trying to sort fact from fiction
Universal Credit, the government’s new benefits system, is being rolled out in Bristol. We speak to three people who have kept a close eye on...
Why are young people turning to prescription drugs?
The Cable speaks to John McGuirk, team leader and therapist at Off the Record, a mental health charity supporting 11-25 year olds.
Private probation companies are sending more people to jail. But not for committing crimes
Outsourced providers in the Bristol area are under heavy fire for sucking up millions in public money, but failing on public safety and criminal justice.
Listen: Powerful voices and stories of recovery from addiction
A selection of powerful stories of people going through recovery.
Night Stop: the people offering Bristol’s homeless young adults somewhere to sleep.
As the housing crisis deepens and homelessness is on the rise, some Bristolians are stepping up to help those falling through the gaps in provision