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
100,000 local people are being told investing in oil can avert climate change
There is an argument that this can help avert climate collapse.
Major increases in fossil fuel investments despite pension fund ‘Responsible Investment’ efforts
106,000 local pension fund members are further invested in dirty energy. But new rules may make it easier to drop fossil fuels.
Bank robbery: the ‘theft of the century’ and a house in Fishponds
Huge international money laundering scandals linked to companies registered at a Bristol address
The Cable view: opening the surveillance state through collaboration
Following a Bristol Cable campaign, police forces must release information on mass spy technology
Police forced to reveal info on mass mobile phone spying, following Cable investigation
Privacy International ruling an ‘important victory for government transparency’ after two-year battle.
Bristol Pride promise ‘positive way forward’ on arms sponsorship
Pressure over Airbus partnership has led to talks between organisers and campaigners
Voices: “Why we’re shouting the names of Kurdish fighters from the rooftops of arms companies”
An activist protesting Bristol arms companies explains why they are putting names and stories to the victims of the arms trade.
#MillionsMissing: the campaign for ME equality
Sufferers of ME/CFS are taking to Queen Square this weekend. The Cable spoke to an organiser about why the government needs to take action on...
Massive response to Bristol councillor’s petition for Windrush-era citizens
Local residents have launched a campaign to protect them from deportation threats.
Stillbirth: a grief like no other
A Bristol charity helps families through the death of a baby. But what can we do to reduce the number of such losses?
National report slams police ‘digital stop and search’ following Cable investigation
Following a Bristol Cable investigation in 2017, charity Privacy International have today published a new report on the technology UK police forces are secretly using to download all the content and data from people’s phones.