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Edition 7

Edition 7: Spring 2016

City

What future for a gentrified Bristol?

Faced with rising inequality, gentrification and a world gone mad, where will Bristol go?

Jobs for guns: Bristol MP’s ties to defense contractors

Behind the bike: Bristol’s bicycle couriers talk their trade

City

At last, there’s hope for Bristol buses

After decades of damaging public transport deregulation, there's a chink of light on the horizon for cities like Bristol.

Edition 7

A complicated victory: Bristol, European City of Sport 2017

Edition 7

Mustaqbalka Xawaaladaha

A lifeline: Stapleton Road to Somalia

Stapleton Road, Easton: another corner shop selling snacks, drinks and fags. But this one, like hundreds across the UK, doubles up as an international banking terminal.

Bristol’s housing puzzle: self-help and mutual aid

Housing will present an unpleasant puzzle for Bristol's next mayor, whoever they may be. Tessa Coombes offers solutions.

Bristol’s housing puzzle: tame a perfect storm

Housing will present an unpleasant puzzle for Bristol's next mayor, whoever they may be. Nick Ballard weighs in.

Bristol’s housing puzzle: Redefining “Affordable”

Housing will present an unpleasant puzzle for Bristol's next mayor, whoever they may be. Jules Birch gives us his take.

Bristol’s housing: challenges, ideas and priorities

Housing will present an unpleasant puzzle for Bristol’s next mayor, whoever they may be. We asked three experts for their slant on tackling it.

Bristol’s appalling state of elderly care

Bristol's old age care sector is in chaos and needs a sustainable, long term strategy to deal with the city's growing number of elderly residents.

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