In a city with four Labour MPs, the internal processes of the party will shape our politics.
This is no ordinary election, and it comes at a pivotal time, argues Nick Dowson.
Our latest event for Bristol Cable members took us deep into the world of far-right politics. But what can we do to challenge these views?
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There is no such thing as a politics unaffected by identity. So what's the fuss?
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Welcome to episode three of W.G. Grace’s Sports Surgery. Terry and Duke sit down with Dick Gherkin from cult podcast, From Bristol With Love, to...
Have you ever felt your vote didn’t count? The turnout in both national and local elections suggests that a lot of people share that view....
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Award winning football author, David Goldblatt, delivered a fascinating talk on Putin, politics and football.
Greetings young comrades! (Can I call you comrade? Thanks!). As self-appointed spokesperson for Bristol’s long-time socialists, anarchists and communists, I wanted to write you a...
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IT WAS THE SUN WOT FUDGED IT. For the most part, the tabloids and broadsheets were way off the mark in their election coverage, and...
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Sweaty palms, hope, anxiety. Crunch time. The general election. Distracted at work? Caught up thinking about who will be in government from tomorrow? Us too....
Voices Features Edition 3 Ideas And Action
Politics is too important to be left to politicians: local activists discuss social change as a daily activity.
Voices Edition 3
What has religion got to do with politics? Adam Cantwell-Corn caught up with a Bishop, a deputy Imam, a Quaker, a Rastafarian and a couple...
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