After a summer of large demonstrations remembering pro-democracy protests in their home city, Bristol’s Hong Kongers returned to College Green again to defy the Chinese government.
Two dozen people, including several Green councillors, gathered this afternoon (October 3) with placards in a small group to protest the government’s proposed investment zones.
On Saturday, October 1, upwards of 1,500 people march in Bristol as part of a national day of action organised by cost of living campaign Enough is Enough.
Marking the latest energy cap rise, over one thousand people marched in Bristol to say Enough is Enough.
The first week of UCU strikes came to an end with a mass rally on College Green.
The strike has been called by the Universities and Colleges Union (UCU) and coincides with actions at 29 colleges across the UK. There will be a total of ten strike days spread over the next four weeks.