Author: The Bristol Cable
How Bristol 24/7 publicised Big Tobacco’s push for respectability, before accepting its money
Local magazine and news website’s £25,000 grant from Philip Morris followed a string of articles referencing its new heated tobacco products.
Editorial: After Colston, now to tear down structures of racism, including in the media
A statement from the Cable on the felling of Colston, Black Lives Matter and working towards anti-racism.
Editorial: Journalism is a public service. It should act like it. And it needs you to support it.
Could the pandemic force newspapers to reconsider their priorities and better serve public needs?
Editorial: 5G coronavirus conspiracy theorists are attacking the Cable
With conspiracy theories spreading in pandemic Britain with destructive consequences, we need readers to bolster responsible and thorough journalism with their support.
Cable wins innovation fund to work with communities to produce public-interest news
We'll be bringing 'open newsrooms' to communities across Bristol, working with locals to select and co-produce stories that matter.
Editorial: A response to Marvin Rees regarding the Cable’s hostile environment article
Mayor Marvin Rees has clarified Bristol council’s position, saying it is exactly the same as the other 11 councils.
Bristol Cable members set the news agenda - BBC air Lopresti slavery investigation
BBC Points West helped us tell the story of how ice cream and property boss Salvatore Lopresti kept men in slave-like conditions.
Dark Arts: a true crime series
Dark Arts is a tale of private investigators, corruption, political pressure, Pakistani heroin and a mansion in the Somerset hills revealed over three parts in a new Cable true crime series.