As the Ministry of Defence (MoD) site at Abbeywood, Filton, celebrates 25 years of operating, Bristolian, nuclear scientist, and member of anti-war campaign group XR
Slated as the most important climate decision facing the region, the public inquiry to determine the fate of Bristol Airport expansion begins on Tuesday, July
Senior figures at Bristol Cathedral have issued a public statement implicitly criticising the policing of a Kill The Bill protest on College Green on March
Bristol Stand Up to Racism (SUtR) held a small demo yesterday (July 14) riding the wave of anti-racist sentiment now sweeping the country. Organised at
Bristol became the latest city to host a #SaveSilwan demo today (July 12) as itinerant organiser Sarah Wilkinson headed a small group on Temple Quay.
A crowd of over 20 people gathered this morning, despite the rain, to resist the eviction of a couple from their home of over two