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Watch: Bristol stands against Rwanda deportations policy

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 to

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XR Youth and Youth Climate Swarm launch free bus campaign

Youth climate groups are joining forces to launch a campaign for ‘free and fair’ buses. 

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Bristol Airport appeal will be heard in Bristol

The future of Bristol Airport expansion will be decided in Bristol, a High Court judge has ruled. 

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Win as digital billboard application withdrawn

A win for campaigners today as plans for a digital billboard on Cheltenham Road are withdrawn in the face of massive public resistance. 

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XR Keynsham protests Rees-Mogg ‘every last drop’ oil comments

The Brexit Opportunities Minister was blasted whilst the West of England mayor voiced his ‘respect’ for protesters. 

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Bristol protests to look out for this weekend

Bristol protests going ahead this weekend include an anti-deportations demo and a rally against the climate crisis.

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Save our strip clubs crowd funder launched

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 sex

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Peace symbol begins UK tour for Faslane anniversary

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 Faslane

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Animal Rebellion return for first post-pandemic protest

XR offshoot Animal Rebellion Bristol will protest in the city centre on Saturday (June 4), their first public demo since the pandemic.  The protest will

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Campaigners’ Horror as 86 New Digital Billboards Planned for Bristol 

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

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