How disaster in the Caribbean affected the community in Bristol
18 months on from Hurricane Maria, reflections on life in the diaspora.
Tory MP wants to get rid of sites and move Travellers into houses
Charities say the bill, if passed, would lead to the forced assimilation of Gypsies and Travellers.
Bristol pupils strike to demand politicians act on climate crisis
Hundreds turned up to demand the government declares a climate emergency.
Opinion: We need our stoves
For someone living in a boat or van during the winter, having a stove can be a matter of life and death, argues boater Mike Doherty.
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.
Interview: Kingswood man facing controversial deportation
In the wake of the Windrush scandal, the deportation flight has been criticised by politicians and campaigners.
Europeans in Bristol caught in the Brexit crossfire
Caught in the Brexit crossfire are European Bristolians, whose future is still cruelly uncertain.
Bristol Travellers fill food banks for Christmas
The #FoodbankNomination started in Ireland but has since spread all over the world, including Bristol. We spoke to the Bristol Gypsies and Travellers who've taken part.
Bristol Brexit millionaire Banks lied to parliament about his campaign, say whistleblowers
Major Brexit bankroller, now under investigation by the National Crime Agency, “deliberately misled” parliament about his insurance company’s political work, and amassed campaign data ‘warchest’
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.
Bristol care workers battle charity over ‘unfair’ pay for sleep-in shifts
Bristol Care Workers Network are protesting against learning disability charity Mencap, in a legal battle that could lead to £20 million in back pay.
Out of the frying pan and into the fire: A refugee’s story of the fight for the right to work
The barriers government put in the way of people working when they come to the UK