We caught up with a Bristol lawyer to explain the significance
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St Pauls Carnival organisers has announced the return of Carnival for its 50th anniversary in 2018. But not all is well.
In the 1960s the council demolished most of Totterdown, in a planning disaster still remembered by Bristolians today.
There is anger in Bristol at what is being seen as yet another attack on refugees in the UK.
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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.
Local residents complain of being ‘treated with contempt’ by fast food giant, as legal proceedings conclude.
A culture of disbelief towards LGBT asylum seekers means the safety and acceptance provided by support groups like Bristol Pride Without Borders is vital.
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Teachers report shock levels of violence at work, as the school cuts crisis continues to see teaching and support staff levels slashed across the city.
Are we failing to protect the mental health of pregnant women and new mums?
Earlier this week a letter was sent by discontented Filton and Bradley Stoke Conservative Party members outlining a plan to oust Jack Lopresti MP.
The government is about to sell off huge portions of student debt to corporations at a discount. It’s one more step along the road towards privatising higher education.
“I regret I was not one of the persons brave enough to face them when it happened to me and another two members of my...
Will McDonald’s win its two-and-a-half-year fight to build a new, 160-seater ‘drive-thru’ on Fishponds Road?