Striking care workers at St Monica’s, with trade union organiser Josh Connor
At a time where each day brings new stories of industrial action, Neil Maggs speaks to Josh Connor, a Unison staffer standing with care workers on the picket line.
Full toll of care home deaths in Bristol revealed as regulator finally makes data transparent
Criticism of government’s handling of crisis reignites as the Care Quality Commission releases data on the number of Covid-related deaths at individual care homes.
Care work: What next for the forgotten frontline of coronavirus?
As care homes are a new epicentre of the pandemic, we celebrate the historically overlooked, undervalued care sector and ask what needs to change after the pandemic.
The difficulty of having a parent in a Bristol care home during lockdown
Care home staff are working harder than ever, but Cable member Kate Oliver reflects on how visiting restrictions and worries about infections are affecting her and her 97-year-old mum.
Bristol care workers battle charity over ‘unfair’ pay for sleep-in shifts
Bristol Care Workers Network are protesting against learning disability charity Mencap, in a legal battle that could lead to £20 million in back pay.