Colston 4 judgment: ’The government is tearing up our protest rights’
The Colston Four were acquitted earlier this year after tearing down the Colston statue. But a Court of Appeal judgment means protesters will be less likely to receive similar protections in future.
Andreas Malm: ‘Why climate activists should engage in acts of sabotage’
Environmental protesters need to rethink their tactics, argues a Swedish scholar of human ecology who came to Bristol this week.
‘Morally right but legally guilty’: Meet the GP turned environmental activist self-representing in court
Diana Warner says the justice system is unjust in the battle against the climate crisis
Why women in Bristol are going on ‘strike’
For International Women’s Day this Sunday 8 March, feminist collectives in Bristol are putting on a “Women’s Strike”. The Cable has been following the event's organisers to learn about the personal stories and politics behind the action.
Unlocking the cells: Bristol’s history of prison reform
From rioting in 19th century to fighting for prisoner rights in the 1970s, Bristol has a long history of attempted prison reform.
I did time for tagging
Jack Keeling, who was imprisoned for graffiti, talks to the Bristol Cable about his sentence, Bristol’s graffiti scene and the council’s promise to create legal graffiti walls.
The Bristol Reform Riots
October 1831 saw a blaze of anger and thirst for change in the city Over three days in October 1831, Bristol saw arguably the most important riot in British history.