Hundreds of Bristolians face landlords with an ultimate legal power. But a rebellion is growing
A fightback is brewing against a piece of legislation that epitomises the difficulties of having a secure home.
Saffron Records: the all-womxn project breaking open the music industry
The music industry is often dominated by men, but Saffron Records are blazing a trail for female artists in Bristol.
In the UK today, just being a Traveller is bad for your health
Inequality for Bristol’s Traveller communities isn't going to be fixed without dedicated multi-agency working, warns anti-racism charity.
Travellers say it’s time to stop using them as clickbait
“Unfortunately, Gypsies and Travellers doing bad things has more news value than the wider population doing the same bad things, and that’s just not fair.”
This is what universal credit means for Bristol
Since June, the controversial new ‘universal credit’ benefit has been implemented across Bristol. How well is the system working?
Moving on: Why we’re running a series on racism against Gypsies and Travellers
It’s time we highlighted the discrimination that Bristol’s Gypsies and Travellers face on a daily basis. Here’s why.
Nightclubs, neighbours and newsagents - how people are making the city a better place to live.
Hounding Travellers out of town
Prejudice against Gypsies and Travellers is still the last ‘respectable’ racism, but is it getting worse?
Jamming for the girls
From racism to gentrification, poet Shagufta K Iqbal has plenty to say.
The debate: High-rises in Bristol – addressing the housing crisis or soulless towers?
The council has launched a plan to build a number of high-rise residential towers across the city in a bid to make better use of the city’s limited space, attracting resistance from campaigners and the Green Party, who say the towers are too high and unnecessary. Two players in the debate give their take.
Not so long ago in Bristol you could be hanged for love
As the summer Pride season starts, it is worth remembering that British society was not always tolerant of homosexuality.
Celebrating the city
Meet some of the community groups finding creative solutions to food poverty, mental health and assumptions around gender identity.
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