Victory for campaign as mayor scraps council tax changes
The plans would have hit 16,000 of the poorest households.
Bristol Uni named in UK spy agency tribunal
A tribunal has been told that UK spy agencies MI5 and MI6 may be breaking the law when they share data with foreign intelligence agencies...
Pressure builds on mayor to drop council tax changes that hit poorest
Brewing rebellion by Labour party and councillors following ACORN campaign.
School for teenage mums under threat
An ‘outstanding’ school for teenage mothers and their children is facing an uncertain future.
Brexit: Green MEP launches fight for secret documents
The government won’t hand over 50 reports on the impact of Brexit.
Bristol University: £3m in six years from Atomic Weapons Establishment
University’s ‘strategic alliance’ with AWE, which maintains and develops the UK’s nuclear weapons, continues.
Council to work with immigration enforcement to deport rough sleepers
New funding targets individuals for detention.
Conflicting reports over why Tories didn’t meet core city leaders
There’s some confusion over why Tory ministers didn’t show up
Photos: Bristol Wood Recycling Project in search for new home
The Bristol Wood Recycling Project, an award winning social enterprise in the heart of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, has been issued a termination of...
Bristolians get ready for mass protest against austerity
Thousands of people are expected to show up at this Saturday’s protest
Infertility treatments to be halved under new plans
As central government steps in to drastically cut healthcare in the Bristol region, infertility treatments are set to be halved to save a paltry £1m...
Mayor calls rally but questions on strategy remain
Mayor leads a coalition of core cities to wrest power from Westminster and challenge austerity