Council to vote to condemn immigration detention
These Walls Must Fall campaign gaining ground in Bristol and around the country.
Relative of Bristol Brink’s-Mat gangster jailed as part of organised crime ring
10 men including John 'Goldfinger' Palmer's son-in-law jailed for roles in extortion, drug dealing and blackmail gang.
Fighting the gig economy – of academics not students
Lots of Bristol University staff are highly educated, but casually employed. Bristol UCU is campaigning to change that.
BREAKING: Artist exodus from Hamilton House as Coexist resist eviction
Coexist were given 24 hours notice to leave on Monday but say they are going to hang on for another month.
People block developers profiting from Bristol’s housing crisis
Campaign against the Chocolate Factory development in Greenbank kicks back into action as developers begin work – minus any affordable housing.
The fight is on to prevent Lawrence Hill gas power station
Power plant proposed for next to primary school in inner-city Lawrence Hill, yet again.
St Werburghs First World War soldier forgotten. Until now, 100 years after his death
A community project has uncovered that a name is mysteriously missing from a First World War memorial plaque at St Werburghs Community Centre.
The far-right bomb maker who wasn’t charged with terrorism offences
He built bombs and published racist, far-right views online. Why wasn't Matthew Glynn charged with terrorism offences?
Lopresti ice cream bosses slavery trial date set
Salvatore and Roberto Lopresti face modern day slavery charges.
UPDATE: Man detained in Easton immigration raid released after “further checks”
The raid made national news as a show of dissent to the ‘hostile environment’ immigration regime.
100 people blockaded an immigration raid for seven hours in Easton last night
People took to the streets of Easton in an act of defiance against the government’s ‘hostile environment’ immigration enforcement regime.
Hamilton House: Temporary replacement for Coexist confirmed
As Coexist say they are now under threat of closure, the new manager has been targeted by campaigners.