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
Medical research in Bristol violates international transparency guidelines
Research by TranspariMED and the Bristol Cable shows the university fails to meet requirements to publish medical trial data.
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.
Stokes Croft’s Best Supermarket… and Bitcoin
Who’d have thought that the unassuming corner shop could be home to a cryptocurrency ATM?
Disenchanted BME voters could swing general election
In this tightly fought snap election, the Black Minority Ethnic (BME) vote could be a determinant winning factor, writes Abdi Mohamed.
Palestine to Bristol: Football, freedom and feminism
“We live surrounded by a wall, but through football we can break it down”: the Palestinian women using sport to resist oppression.
Help us track election adverts on Facebook
Sign up to Who Targets Me, and help the Cable find out how political parties are targeting Bristolians on facebook.
Bristol goes nuclear: Hinkley, Oldbury and the defence industry
Bristol and the South West are gearing up to be a hub of the revived UK nuclear industry. But is there more to the ‘nuclear renaissance’ than low carbon power?
It’s show time for Bristol’s arms industry
Bristol arms companies will be promoting themselves in Cardiff on 28th March.
Bristol Uni announces big plans for fossil fuels divestment
The outcome of a long campaign for fossil fuels divestment
Legal aid cuts keeping refugee families apart
A systemic squeeze is making it far harder for people fleeing violence and oppression to reunite with loved ones.