Since the first protest on March 21 2021, Bristol has seen more demonstrations against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill than any other city.
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Having survived police batons and dogs, wind and rain, and hostile media coverage, Bristol’s Kill The Bill movement may have finally met its match in
Chants of Kill the Bill have echoed through Bristol’s streets for seven weeks now as thousands of protesters voice their opposition to the government’s proposed
Saturday’s Kill The Bill protest ended with a show of force from Avon & Somerset Police. After the main Kill The Bill protest, Bristol’s thirteenth,
A pause on College Green during the Kill The Bill protest on Saturday, April 17th, gave demonstrators the opportunity to discuss their emerging movement’s relationship
Kill The Bill. Protesters have carried those words through our city for three weeks now, showing their opposition to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts
Bristol seventh Kill The Bill protest ended peacefully last night, Friday, April 10th. The protest, which saw a crowd of around 100 people march through
A sunny bank holiday weekend saw huge crowds turn out for a colourful Kill the Bill protest on Saturday. The protest, Bristol’s fifth in two
The end of emergency coronavirus restrictions on protest saw Avon & Somerset police return to their established hands-off approach to policing as the fourth Kill
Over 1000 people marched through central Bristol on Friday afternoon to protest against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts (PCSC) Bill, which would give police
A lot is being spoken and written about the Bristol riots on Sunday 21st March. Establishment figures like Mayor Marvin Rees, Bristol MPs, the police