Bristol’s appalling state of elderly care
Bristol's old age care sector is in chaos and needs a sustainable, long term strategy to deal with the city's growing number of elderly residents.
Side by side: Bristolians and Calais refugees
The Bristol Cable spoke to demonstrators many of whom had recently been to the camp and wanted to raise awareness about the ongoing situation through this gathering in the centre of town.
Is your waiter fair-trade and ethically sourced?
Do we care if waiters and kitchen staff are “fair trade” or “ethically sourced”?
The history of struggle at Avonmouth Docks
The Avonmouth Docks have been a site of dispute since opening in 1877 as detailed in these six events from 1923 to the present day.
Time to move on: Prejudice against Gypsy, Roma and Travellers in Bristol
The sensationalised British media delights in portraying Gypsies as dirty, thieving criminals in our otherwise well-ordered society. A Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) community engagement...
Bristol lawyers challenge UK’s flogging of justice to Saudi Arabia
Government responds by trying to block NGO from bringing case A High Court challenge has been launched by a Bristol solicitor against the Ministry of...
What’s the Human Rights Act ever done for you?
The Conservatives think it’s another unwanted European import. Will is a trainee solicitor at leading human rights and public law firm Deighton Pierce Glynn, Bristol.
Exclusive: Bristol City Council links to firms working in scandal-plagued Qatar
Photo: Flickr/Habeeb-Mohammed-Abu-Futtaim The Bristol Cable can reveal that Bristol City Council has contracts with two companies that also operate in the scandal-plagued construction sector of...
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