The council has set out a bold vision to eradicate rough sleeping in just eight years, but can we get there?
This is no ordinary election, and it comes at a pivotal time, argues Nick Dowson.
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Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley argues that it’s not that Black people aren’t green – it’s that the green movement is too white.
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Marvin Rees’ announcement this week that there is a ‘timeline’ for producing a Clean Air Plan is too little, too late.
Neill Talbot argues green areas are vital for people and wildlife in our city, and the council should be made to protect them.
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We’re not seeing the big picture, says Joe Smith, who works in the sector and is increasingly frustrated at how the issues are framed.
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If funding cuts continue, our children face losing the opportunity to get the best possible start in life.
My scarf, my choice. Real oppression begins when you deprive someone of that choice.
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For someone living in a boat or van during the winter, having a stove can be a matter of life and death, argues boater Mike Doherty.
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Stuart Phelps argues that “poverty is the only excuse for burning wood in the city".
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With Bristol Rovers in a relegation battle, no news of a promised new stadium, and after sacking their most successful manager, Gasheads want answers.
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Adding a couple of quid to a hotel stay to top up Bristol’s coffers sounds appealing – but we need more ambitious thinking to address austerity.
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