‘No-one should control this land. Everyone should have a say over it.’

With the issue of access to green space amplified by the pandemic, can the act of trespass provide a way of reconnecting with nature and challenging the privatisation of land in England?

How my experiences of renting in Bristol pushed me to campaign for a fairer system

The challenge of pissing the right people off: inside Extinction Rebellion Bristol


Getting arrested in the name of the planet

We talk to some of the ‘Bathtub 16’ about why they spent eight hours in a bath on Cabot Circus this summer.


Photos: Shutting down Broadmead to protest the environmental impact of fast fashion


Bristolians are blocking Oxford Circus

One protest, two outcomes for Bristol anti-arms activists

Two activists, one act of protest, two different outcomes. The Bristolians campaigning against UK arms sales.

The sting: private investigators and spying on fracking and trade union activists

One firm shuts down its websites nationwide after hearing about this Cable investigation.

It’s show time for Bristol’s arms industry

Bristol arms companies will be promoting themselves in Cardiff on 28th March.

Rules for Bristol’s radicals

The first of a series, Kat Wall reflects on social movements in Bristol – what works, and what are the barriers to progress?

Taking back money and power: action in St Pauls

How the St Pauls Community Rights Project is working together for action and change.

Fascists and Anti-Fascist activists clash in Stokes Croft

Last night saw unusual scenes in Stokes Croft when the extreme right-wing turned up.