Six activists with Palestine Action are now free from custody, having been granted bail at Bristol Crown Court yesterday. Three, however, remain in custody.
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Police were left scrambling to keep up when trans rights activists took to the streets in a spontaneous protest against harmful conversion practices A planned
Hundreds of activists, campaigners and politicians took part in Bristol’s first Climate Summit on Saturday to build a united climate movement. The event (on May
An event by a controversial women’s group went ahead yesterday evening at the University of Bristol despite a large demonstration outside. Around 70 trans rights
Trans rights activists will protest a talk by a controversial women’s rights group later today. Woman’s Place UK (WPUK) have advertised their talk as
History floods Bristol today. No longer contained in museums and archives it flows on the streets, in the news and in our political discourse.
We end April with news that the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has passed through Parliament and will soon become law. However, true
Campaigners against the government’s increasingly hardline refugee agenda say that resistance must go beyond opposition to immediate legislation and must tackle racism in politics
Bristolians will meet this weekend to protest Priti Patel’s latest demonic attack on asylum seekers. It was announced last week that Home Secretary Priti
On the day far right protesters had planned to demonstrate at the site of the former Colston statue, the empty plinth was instead host
Yesterday, energy bills for households across the nation rose by 50% or more, adding to a rising cost of living that is leaving many
A guest lecture by a controversial libertarian was disrupted yesterday (March 30) evening by student activists. Dozens of student members of the University of
The latest round of strike action by University of Bristol teaching and research staff came to an end today with a fancy dress protest.
On Wednesday May 11 the Jessop room of the Gloucester County Cricket Ground was filled with an unusual crowd. Club executives, fans and players sat
Throughout Bristol’s Kill The Bill campaign last year, one constant barrier between protesters and the public was communicating what “Kill The Bill” actually meant. The
Climate activist Reverend Sue Parfitt has had a conviction for obstruction overturned by a judge at Bristol Crown Court this afternoon. Speaking from outside the
Soundtrack to a thousand memories of roadblocks, marches and stand-offs with the police, the pounding rhythms of the samba band have arguably done more to
Interviews and Analysis
This is part one of a two-part series looking back on one year of Kill The Bill in Bristol and asking what lessons can be
This is the second part of a two-part series looking at the legacy of Bristol’s Kill The Bill movement one year after the first protest.
Block a road in protest and you’re criticised for stopping people getting to work. Boycott a business and you’re doing people out of a job.
A newly released short film explores the highs and lows of life for travellers and van dwellers in Bristol caught between rents they cannot pay