Two dozen people, including several Green councillors, gathered this afternoon (October 3) with placards in a small group to protest the government’s proposed investment zones.
Marking the latest energy cap rise, over one thousand people marched in Bristol to say Enough is Enough.
The first week of UCU strikes came to an end with a mass rally on College Green.
A vigil will be held on Queen Square this Saturday as part of a national day of action in memory of Chris Kaba, a 24-year-old
Campaigners from Bristol Palestine Solidarity Campaign were joined by footballers from the Easton Cowfolk to protest against the sponsorship of the Israeli Football Association by sports apparel brand Puma.
Easton Cowfolk football team will join campaigners to play football outside Sports Direct, Broadmead, on Saturday to protest Puma’s sponsorship of the Israeli Football Association.