Opinion: Engineers can’t ignore social responsibility
“If we are going to look with pride on how our tools make positive contributions to the world, we must also accept some responsibility for...
Listen: Powerful voices and stories of recovery from addiction
A selection of powerful stories of people going through recovery.
Facial recognition: Bristol research could change the world as we know it
Bristol Robotics Laboratory are developing a facial recognition system that could change the world as we know it.
Threats & suspect reviews as ‘TripAdvisor for tenants’ takes off
We caught up with the founder of Marks Out of Tenancy, who’s in the business of ‘Hunting for rogue landlords’.
Eviction resistance at Camelot property
Campaigners celebrate after eviction of Camelot tenant is postponed by protest yesterday.
In Bristol, people are turning to alternative unions like ACORN and the IWW to get their voices heard on critical issues such as housing and workplace inequality.
Beyond food banks: Solutions for feeding Bristol
Laurie King, from Sims Hill Shared Harvest, explains the need for a holistic approach to tackle food insecurity – and the projects, including Sims Hill’s...
Video: What impact for anti-austerity protest?
At the national demonstration organised by the People’s Assembly in London on Saturday 1st of July, the anti-austerity movement showed a resurgence.
Opinion: A thank-you letter to Bristol’s young Labour voters
Greetings young comrades! (Can I call you comrade? Thanks!). As self-appointed spokesperson for Bristol’s long-time socialists, anarchists and communists, I wanted to write you a...
Woodcuts & Inks: Carving political messages
Old school printmaking processes are revived to produce campaign materials in the run up to the general election
Shining a light on Bristol’s lonely
How local groups are bringing people out of this ‘silent epidemic’.
Free money for everyone: not such a wild idea anymore
The idea of a no-strings income for all citizens is making waves in the UK and beyond – we asked a leading Bristol academic why the time may be right for a universal basic income