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
Yesterday, energy bills for households across the nation rose by 50% or more, adding to a rising cost of living that is leaving many facing
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
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.
The mood was heavy amongst striking staff at the University of Bristol this morning, and even the bright pink woolly hats adorning the heads of
Saturday, February 12, saw a Super Saturday of protests for Bristol with six demos, some large, some small, happening across the city centre. Anyone would
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
In the last three years his Bigheads have become a popular sight at protests up and down the country. Now their creator Bim Mason is
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