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Six weeks ago, St Monica Trust care home didn’t even have a union rep. This morning, nursing staff walked onto the picket line on their first ever day of strike action.
A summer of discontent seemed a distinct possibility as the amphitheatre behind Temple Meads swelled with trade union banners.
Youth climate groups are joining forces to launch a campaign for ‘free and fair’ buses.
XR Youth keep public transport on the agenda as they fight for better buses across the West of England.
Last month it was announced that advertising company Clear Channel had submitted plans for 86 new digital billboards in the city’s bus shelters.
Stand Up To Racism held a short demo in central Bristol on Friday (June 17) against the government’s continuing attempts to deport asylum seekers
The future of Bristol Airport expansion will be decided in Bristol, a High Court judge has ruled.
A win for campaigners today as plans for a digital billboard on Cheltenham Road are withdrawn in the face of massive public resistance.
The Brexit Opportunities Minister was blasted whilst the West of England mayor voiced his ‘respect’ for protesters.
Bristol protests going ahead this weekend include an anti-deportations demo and a rally against the climate crisis.
A crowd funder is raising money to fight strip club bans across the UK, including Bristol. United Sex Workers, a “grassroots, radical, and peer-led
A giant peace symbol built by Bristol anti-war activists begins a tour of the UK on Monday ahead of the 40th anniversary of the
Beautiful silhouettes, uplifting music and creative choreographies were a way to make a difference in Bristol and an unusual form of activism, writes Ralitsa Pashkuleva.
An advertising company has entered planning applications for 86 digital billboards across Bristol, campaign group Adblock Bristol have discovered. A map created by Adblock shows
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
Interviews and Analysis
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
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.
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
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.