These workers on strike at British Gas are facing ‘fire and rehire’. Is this a sign of things to come?
As we speak to Bristol’s British Gas workers striking against ‘fire and rehire’ tactics, similar disputes rage across the country - is this a sign of the times?
Trade Unions have been called ‘dinosaurs’. Could the looming recession save them from extinction?
The Cable sits down with local trade union leader Nigel Costley to find out how trade unions can survive and thrive in a Covid context.
'Workers are turning to each other. We can beat coronavirus, weak rights and unscrupulous bosses'
Amid worries about pay and new confusion about if people should be working or not during the new lockdown, workers are organising in new ways, writes Stuart Melvin.
‘The government threw us under the bus’: How Bristol food businesses are working to survive coronavirus
Small businesses, especially in hospitality, face bankruptcy as Bristol goes into self isolation, but some are finding innovative ways to respond to the crisis.
Bristol Cable members set the news agenda - BBC air Lopresti slavery investigation
BBC Points West helped us tell the story of how ice cream and property boss Salvatore Lopresti kept men in slave-like conditions.
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.
Revealed: NHS staff in Bristol are being worked until they’re sick with stress
In the 70th year of the NHS, an investigation by the Cable reveals that those who care for the nation are in need of serious attention.