Inside a Bristol warehouse is a vast history of women’s fight for rights
The Cable explores the present day relevance of the Feminist Archive South.
Has identity politics gone too far? My take
There is no such thing as a politics unaffected by identity. So what's the fuss?
A community fights for asylum justice
Bristol Bison rugby player Ken Macharia speaks about his experience of detention, as the system comes under the spotlight.
Opinion: Wood burning stoves are deadly, not trendy
Stuart Phelps argues that “poverty is the only excuse for burning wood in the city".
A passionate appeal to save one of the few working class pubs in Easton
Recently given a new lease of life under new management, this old school boozer could be the latest victim of gentrification.
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.
Fat Paul and the Exchange’s rebirth as Bristol’s first community owned venue
For the past decade, he has been one of the key “behind-the-scene” players in Bristol’s music scene, and now building a new era at The Exchange.
“Why we’re extending solidarity to all migrants”
Alice Cutler is the Welcome Centre Manager at Bristol Refugee Rights.
‘The difference between First Bus and buses that work for us is political pressure’
Why is it, that in 21st century Bristol we don't have reliable public transport, asks Matthew Hollinshead.
Bristol Radical Film Festival: Q&A with Elizabeth Mizon
Bristol Radical Film Festival is back! We talked to one of the organisers, Elizabeth Mizon, about what this year’s festival has to offer.
The day gig economy workers struck back
A powerful display by precarious workers
Turned away: “I don’t know where that magic middle ground is”
Students say support is lacking for severe mental health needs, as Zoe found out.