How this Barcelona group is building community power
An interview with the vice-president of the Federation of Neighbourhood Associations of Barcelona
Putting an end to the drug war and “the reign of terror”
Undercover cop-turned-drug reform activist Neil Woods talks about “the most important social justice issue of our time”.
One hundred years on, Bristol remembers those who refused to kill
Descendants of World War 1 conscientious objectors reclaim their history as a source of pride
David Olusoga: Not the “angry black guy on television”
The Bristol-based celebrity historian talks about why he challenges the white-washing of British history… and the “pretty weird” relationship the city has with Edward Colston.
One25: Helping women off the streets
The charity's chief executive tells the Cable about supporting sex workers with love, and trying to help women off the streets.
Bijan Ebrahimi’s nephew: “We all let my uncle down, we must all fight a racist system”
Davood Khayatain talks about institutional racism, media prejudice, and how Bijan's death has influenced his activism.
Driven underground: Bristol’s continuing Spice problem
A year after the blanket ban of new psychoactive substances, evidence shows limits and effect on most vulnerable people.
The rise of right-wing Bristol millionaire Arron Banks
How did he get from a trading estate in Patchway to Trump’s golden elevator?
Chronic fatigue syndrome, Bristol University, and controversial science
Certain treatments of chronic fatigue syndrome, or ME, have pitted patients against researchers, and scientists against scientists – amid furious clashes on the validity of landmark studies into the condition.
Bristol’s literary talent talk inspiration, day jobs and their break out successes
Bristol is a hotbed of literary talent. Katharine Orton spends time with three Bristol writers: YA award-winner, Stefan Mohamed, romantic novelist Rosemary Dun, and popular...
Local NHS staff resist plans to charge migrants for healthcare
Health workers claim cuts and privitisation threaten NHS, not migrants – and they’re not willing to act as ‘border guards’.
The legal case that could shape part of the housing crisis
We caught up with a Bristol lawyer to explain the significance