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General Election 2017: Who will win the bellwether seat of Bristol North West this time around?
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Local NHS staff resist plans to charge migrants for healthcare
Health workers claim cuts and privitisation threaten NHS, not migrants – and they’re not willing to act as ‘border guards’.
Dont knock EastEnders, it has important lessons for us all
A social worker justifies their not-so-guilty pleasure.
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’.
Who’s Tim Bowles anyway? Metro mayor voter turnout disparities
Turn out for the metro mayor elections varied from 46.6% in Bishopston, to just 15% in Hartcliffe and Withywood.
“You are definitely not alone”: Using art to tackle the teenage mental health taboo
Teenagers and youth charities have collaborated with the Cable on this series of illustrations on mental health
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
Teacher redundancies hit Bristol
Widespread staff losses and restructuring amid ‘devastating’ and ‘unprecedented’ cuts in Bristol schools.
The community razed to the ground for a road that was never built
In the 1960s the council demolished most of Totterdown, in a planning disaster still remembered by Bristolians today.
The Bearpit: contested hub of struggles for Bristol
Bristol’s infamous Bearpit has undergone an image change in recent years – but rising homelessness means it’s now a site of conflict between wealthier incomers and some of the city’s most vulnerable people.